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Full text of "The Daily Colonist (1910-08-26)"

Colognes and Haod- 
kerchtef Extracts 

Trom France and Germany. .Just ^,«- 
celved. See our window. 



Campbell's tfb«a«rlptlon Stor*. 






asTABXiZsns xir lasai 



COAL 



HALL & WALKB/R 

VVellington Colliery Cc^ Coal - 

1J32 Government St. Phon* M. 



VOL Clll,, NO. 225 



VICTORIA, B. C„ FRIPAY, AUGUST 26, 1^10 



TWENTY PAGES 



For a Good Reliable 



Ti 



me Piece 



The Ghalloner & Mitchell 
Special Excels 



We are extremely proud of the move- 
ment. It is strictly high-grade in every re- 
spect, guaranteed unconditionally as^ being 
thoroughly reliable and excellent time- 
keepers. Tf in need oLa„reliable watch, it 
will pay you to come in and examine one. 

Prices Range from $15 

According to case. 



Ghalloner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 



Jewellers 



1017 Government Street 




After Six Months' Work Coun- 
. cil-Citizens' Committee Re- 
commends 'Purchase, of 'the 
Goldstream System "-~^-' 



HEATED ARGUMENTS 

AT FINAL MEETING 



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The Store That v Serves .Yoti B^'.st 

Ross' Butter Values Are 
Proverbial 

Cowichan Creamery, per lb. 45c 

Comox Creamery, per lb • • • • ........... .45c 

\'ictoria Creamery, per lb. . . r*... .,45c 

Salt Spring- Island Creaniery, per Ih •4'S<^ 

f '.ood Dairy Butter, per lb .^. . . , . .3pc 

Alberta Butter, ^?i^ lb. TH rn-; tfsc 

AUBURN CREAMERY BUTTER 
One of our noted Dixi leaders, tresh in every Tviesday and 
Thursday. Per lb., 35c, or 3 lbs. for $1.00.; 14-lb. box, $430 



GOOD BEEF DRIPPING, per pail 



■ 2:;c 



DIXI H. ROSS & CO. 

Independent Grocers, 1317 Government Street 
Tels. ?o, 51, 52 - •* ,- - Liquor Dept. tel. 1590 



Adherents ,of Rival .Water 
Propositions Accuse Each 
Other of Unfairness-rJ^ow 
ttpHo City Council 



By a vole of 13 to 9 the joint water 
committee, composed of members of 
the cit.y council and 21 repj-esentatlve 
clttzena which hag had under consid- 
eration for - the past ulx mon th a thu 
solution of the water problem for Vic- 



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McCandless Bros. & Gathcart 

555 Johnson Street - Victoria, B. C. 

Positively No Credit. 



SPIRITS >•.• WATER 
" One of the oldest inhabitants of, Victoria has Seen read- 
ing a series of articles on the adulteration of liquors and 
has arrived at a somewhat singular conclusion. The 
analysis of these liquors showed an average of about sixty- 
five parts of. water, to^yiirtyj^fiy^o spiritifJ, '/'They don't 
give the st)irit» a fair chaacc," said he; "they*H keep on 
fooling with water til! it depopulates the earth again. Let's 
try a 'Jo'innie Walker'," and w,e did arthe nearest hotel. 

The great demand for Walkier'sKilmarnc>ck increases. 
day by^ da\ Hn nil occasions when good fellows get to- 
gether, kilniiriKH Iv I'.xtra Special in the square bottle,- that 
fine 12 ' !■ I'! blent], is c()nsidcred the correct beverage. 
Every li'itri, .mi-, clnh and cafe nrnv realizes the importance 



torla last night brought down a re- 
comniendation that the ,clty council 
forthwith take such ateiia as necesBarv 
to acquire the undertaklnga of the Es- ■ 
quimalt Waterworks company under : 
the provisions of the act passed by 
the legislature permlttinjjr arbitration 
i)roce«ciiiiirs to^^^llx the value at which 
the holdings shall Jje_ taken pver. 

The alternative proposal of -Mder- 
man Fiillerton that the ratepajiers be 
given an opportunity of voting upon 
both the Esqutmalt WaterAvorks com- 
pany's proposition and Sooke lake on»; 
being put before thiem and If turned 
dowh then the other, was notadopted 
the majority of the niembi-rs of the 
commltte*? feeling that as the . com- 
mittee was appointed to t\il\y consider 
all the) data and make 'a recommenda- 
tion of a definite - nature, should bo 
made. It Is up to the cJty council to 
decide if that recommendation shall 
be foiK»vved. '' 

~TJJ6 maetlng wig a strenuous one at 

times and as in previous somions thrf^. 
adherent;? of the two sources of supply 
manfully, argiued In favor of their re- 
spective schemes. .\eou.'iati:()iis of un- 
fairness in the presentation of infor- 
mation were freely rnade. and -the de- 
hate engendered - considerable heat. 
The two sub-ccminlttees appointed 
some time ago to submit data bear- 
ing on the two sources presented ad- 
ditional reports to those already sub- 
mitted to the committee. Mr. Shall- 
crosa, chairman of the sub-commfttee 
appointed to secure data oh. the Gold- 
stream sys'tem, submitted further 
memorianda vvWch is _gtven below.' Mr. 
John Meston, cliainnan of the. sub 



fi'W piiliit.s Kleuntsl fr')iii my i-xpiri- 
vuiuj/ on ilie l..o(.'li LoiuniiU 'I'uiiiii'j. 

I 'am eiii'lusiiiK luTowitli :i ru[)y of 
a paijor wi-itlcn' iiy my.s(--ir un lliis 
w(,irlt, lo wliicli, I will rel'cr. 

On iii!gi> ,57. .VDVi vyjll note, l.lic wiiKes 
|iai(i, wiiicti .would uot be km':iI1\- fX-- 

'' led on .vbur .work. 

^ On imges 08 and .''.' .n-.' iiii.iii- ,,f 
Uic cost per foot, aincMiiitiJUj / m ii.> 
uKKrcKate to J;;i0.3(> par tm>t. / 

iOxarnining the itvm.^ in dcluil, 1 
Uiiiik they .show promise i.)f the com-, 
pli'tinn 111' yo\ir tuniu'l nt a coilsldor- 
al.ily li\ss figiiiv. ,j. 

I lur avtM-iiKC lalmr r>,'t.L was $1X1.42 
|M I |MM|, \yiifi-f;is i.i 1-he slates It wa,8 
1. ss ili.in Jti.ou. 

Question of Luck. 

Nou, 1 ilij Jiot for a hioment antici- 
pate tii.ii .\ou will have 90 per__i:ent. 
of sueii Icrotious rock us ' we- en- 
eouiTtcriMl, and with average luck In 
the geological forn>ation liidiv;ated, $11 
per foot .should cover labor. .Our la- 
bor cost, too, covers Items that can 
be ^aviHl on your work, notably elec- 
tric haulage of cars Instead of -hand 
labor, the niu»nitude of tlie work war- 
ranting the iuloptlon of tlils-Jeature. 
You will, also Have the cost of thaw-' 
Ing air pipes in winter^ 

oiiv cost of 46c per foot for drill 
steel will reduce rapidly with a de- 
"creased percentage of hard" rock. The 
avera;ge powder coist was $:!.14 per 
foot, whereas In the slate it was less 
than $1.00. Machine repairs were as 
low as 10c per foot l:i the Hlate, 
agai nst ovc t — $*r&6 — Ht — tlir vef^ Ijaid, 
rock. 

We also had to build noarty'T ralles^ 
of power line, pa.vlft« the phenomenal 
price of 27c per poupd for cop per. 
which amounted to "♦1.32 per foot of 
tunnel, whereas you ■-Will have at the 
worst 15 miles, with copper at 14 
cents, to spread over" six miles of tun- 

llfil., ., , — 

(Continnni on i/^ge Two.) 




ARRIV 



• « « ♦ ♦ ♦ •♦ ♦ • ♦ ♦ ■♦ ♦ I p" 
RIVE MEXT WEEK ^il 



OiNOWN OEAO 
IN G. I 




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Officials of Forestry Service is 
Not Yet Certain as tc Num- 
ber Lost— Ranger Crews 
Still Unheard Fi'oni • 



SPOKANE REPORT 
GIVES 160 



DEAD 



Ranger Halm and Party of Fif- 
teen Men Given Up. for Lost 
-^Fifty Settlers Los^ Their 
Homes 



Sleeping . Palssengers Lef( 
Without Chance of Escape 
—Bystanders " Unable ' to 
Rescue People Ffom Ruins 



tw'enty: The known deod; 
Mrs, Alnia Wood ward, Belief ield, K- 
committee on So'oke lake preseiited' a ID.; Mrs. E. Gilpin, 625 East Forty- 



communication from Mr. H. S. Han- 



cock, engineer in charge of the con; letter carrier, Chicago; Miss BwinKer. 



struct Ion of the tunnel recently driven 
for the waterworks system at Fort 
William. Ontario. This communication 
was as follows: 

Cost of Tunnel 

Office of City EngineoT. 
'Fort William, 



Alderman "W. Fuller ton, 

1342 Pembrolie St., 

• Victoria. B. C. 
Dear Sir:- - 

I regret the delay In replyirig. to 
your letter of 22nd ult., but I wished 
to devote some tttne to tbp study' of 
jthe^ataxb" sent me. - 

Any opinion I can express as to the 



B4{|aA»n3^ M;i«iist Aug. 

the clearing away tocfcy of the- • ruins' 
of the wrecked and burned IPullmaii' 
s,leepinf car, Nfbraska', probably has 
disappeared all hope of detcnnining 
■the actual number of lives -l o s t \^l& 
la,at. night when the flrit section o.i:' 
the . Host on and' Modtrfefrf" express 
from Chicago, on the . Cfr^nd TrunW 
was crashed Into by-..tl>e aftcond stfc- 
tion three mlleK east • of this cItj'J 
Estimates of the number-dead vary; 
from ten or a dozen to possibly 



MISSOULA. Mont., Aug. »2S.— T^e 
district forestry officers- here were 
busy tonight In compiling returns 
from all points in Montana and Idaho 
forest llres showing tije total number 
of dead and missing In tiie forestry 
service, s.ettlers and miners Included. 

While the returns are not i omplete 
-U*nn the Coeur dAlene and *Pend 
d'Oreille districts, _ it is thought that 
the final figures will make no change 
The result of the compilation give 
out tonight places the known death-a 
seventy -nine. Seventy- three of thes 
f.leji. in the Coeur d'Aleno forests, four 
In the Cabinet, forest at Tuscor, and 
two, in the Pend d'Oreille. 

These totals were the result Of a 
jjearchlng Investigation. In the XJouer 
d'Alene forests some^ men are still 
missing, and the rpports are not all in. 

So far as the local of lice l.s arware, 
the. only men now unaccovftited for ih 
the government service are. Ranger 
Jos. B. Hal,m and a party of fifteen 
men. The detailed losses to date are 
18 unlndentlfled men on Big Creek; 17 
identilled men (fn Setzer creek; 4 men 
at Tuscor; '2. men on the Pend d'Ore- 
ille.; 6 men on Placer creek; two men 
on Pine creek. 

The home of 60 settlers albng the 
-eiark's tofU \^«r« Juxned, but no llvos 
io£t. '■' ■ . 

The Area »n the Neac Pere* foreat are 
still serious. .' ' ,! 

Report.^ from Spokan* that Ranger 



.Ml-. (•/ M 
the .ji.ir.'iiVil 
way,' will! 
chairman - 
party, arri 



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1 . ! . ■ i . i ■ n 1 111 
r:i(llic It^iil- 

VV. Smlt'lUM-.s. 
Ii'iiard and 
\ i'-toria i-in 
I'riduy, Sej)ttinbi-r ..ind. 

rton. I^chsirtrMcBride is ex- 
pected ba<'k I'rom • ttMS Cariboo 
In-' Scpleimbf-r l.st. , . Ji *--._•' '. ;'" 



torla for $35,000. Matt Keefe.. an old- 
time northern gold seeker, . celebrated 
with Daly and Kulltyan, his associates, 
and tlie followlnB mornlns- was found 
dead, in IjIb cabin;' MattKeeTe WflB-nnTir 
away In the little cemetery at Stewart 
a few days' ago, and afier the funeral, 
nls former partners. Daly and Sulllvun, 
went off, pack'- a-back. Into tlie hills 
with T. .Moore Fletcher, mining engin- 
eer, to look over the property. Daly, 
KuHlvan and Keefe arrived In Stewart 
u few days ago with samples of ore 
which gave assays of $134 In gold and 
$590 all values -to the ton. Captain 
.John Irving was interested, and bonded 
the property for $35,000. He made llie 
first payment at once and the prospeyt- 
ors celebrated, with ihvr Yatal result to 
Keefe. He was unable to stand pros- 
perity. 

Keef«> wa« the third man to be inter- 
red In the cemetery at Stewart. 




Railway Commission's Work 
OTTAWA, Aug. 25:— During the fla 



cal year, which closed with March 31st- -Hwept away, and in theh-plaee has been 



last the railway Commission dealt with 
6 02,T applications and Issued 3,510 or- 
ders. The Increjise In the number of 
orders a s c ompared with the previous 
year w'fi8~l,062. 



sixth street. Chicago; James McBean, 



tntlned nurse, travelllnisr with Mrs. 
Woodward; unld.entified woman; uii 



identified child; portions of charr«»d-rirr"total, 160 

bodies, believed to be froni six to 

twelve persons. 

• The following .are at the hospital 

in this city badly injured: Burt 

'Mltcliell, Battle Creek, engineer of 



August 4., 1910^4j,rain No, H,. condition crltlckl;' Ar- 



thur Wall, Edmonton,, Alberta, face 
and' head burned; Mrs: Kate McLean, 
C^hlCago, right leg fractured; Mrs. 
Tester Dochler, Tavistock, Ont., frac- 
tured log and bruised. 

The Injured taken to other hospital!! 
are; Geo." tJelson. Battle Creek, fire- 
man on >fo. 4, badly scalded, prob»bl> 
wUl die; A. Davis, Montreal, pealded. 
probable" cost" of the Tunnel l* handi- ! P''"'?a»5b', fatal; .Mrs. M. Stelt£jv Du- 
xw}Re<l by an absence of definite- 1 ^'"^l"'^.' !«•. upper Up cut and severely 



;; FIRE BREMS OUI 
WE.SI OF RANGE 



Kooiley ahd his crew are . still unac- 
counted tor surprised the local ofn-- 
clals. '•There is no doubt of the safety -the »tate today when the fofe^ts In 



of these men," .Mr. Sliox raid. "Wis 
have reports absolutely authentic tell- 
ing of their shfety thaf diitrie from 
Kool?ey hlmsalf." 

SPOKANE. Atigust 23.— Following 
are the revised numbers killed in the 
Idaho, Montana and Washingtori for- 
est fires last Saturday aiJd Sunday. 
;tTnlled States forest employees, Idaho 
nnd Montana, iOO; settlers and flre 
fighters. St. Jo.se Valley, Idaho, 50; 
at Newport, Washington, 3; at Wal- 
lace, Idaho, 4; at Mullen and .Spokane, 



The Missoula forest office list of 79 
dead forest employees omits 21 killed 
at the BtiUloti mine, Montana. an<) on 
the big fork of the Coeur d'Alene; 
missing negro - soldiers near -Avery, 
Ida, 4; Ranger .Halm's party, head- 
waters of St. Jose. 15; forest employees 
In St. Joe Valley; 25. 



BROAD STREET BLAZE 



knowledge of the. rock to be encount- i hrulsed. Charles of Battle Creek, en 

ered. and to What extent shafts at j S'noer on NO' *- 's badly injured, but rea',- of "The"' AUantFc 



Early. Morning Fire Cuts Rooms 
Block Between Yataa and 
Johnson Streets 



in 



Flames Raging Among Foot- 
hills of. Cascade VIountains 
— Proposal to Fire Cannon 
as Rain Producer 



SEATTLE— Aug. 86.— 'Western Wash- 
ington. wi»*ch, ttas tiMn comparatively 
fr,ee from scrlaus forftst fires this year 
became the. source of the worst fire in 



substituted a gener«V-admonttlon as to 
good conduct, such as. Is consistent with 
a Christian life; — The-ehange was ef- 
fected by the general conference at its 
session yesterday afternoon. So has 
ended what will go down in Methodist 
church litPtory as the famous footnote 
controversy. 

The footnote around the abrogation, 
substitution or retention of which a bit- 
ter discussion raged, came before the 
conference throjigh a report from a Com- 
nil.sslon on Rules appointed at the 4aBt 
quadrennlum. This commission was 
composed of 36 men, among them the 
moat pr ominen t figures tfnMethodlsm in 
t^ie country. Their report suggested a 
substitution for the footnote, but it wins 
not of a character to meet with, favor ui 
the conference. ■ 

Paragraph 35 of the Discipline read: 
"Note. — The general rules are to be 
understood as forbidding neglect of. 
duties of any kind, imprudent conduct, 
indulging ih sinful tempei's and words, 
the buying, selling or using of intoxicat- 
ing liquors as a beverage, dancing, play- 
ing games of chance, encouraging lotter- ' 
les; attending theatres, horse-races, cir- 
cuses, dancing parties, patronizing danc- 
ing schools, taking such other amuse- 
ments as are obviously of a misleadlnR 
or questionable moral tendency, and all 
acts, of dlsobedience-to the order and dis- 
cipline of the chii?ch," 

Tbe Snbatituted aia^se; 



the foot-hills of the t'ascade modrrtains 
burst into flames. ,Thp fires spraiig 



from smoulderlnj^ brush fires that have- -«ter,. and almost unanimously adopted by 



Intermediate points mav be used dur- i his name does not appear on the list 
Ing construction, a featulre on whteh given ^out by the railway officials, 



the. im^talem of haulage and ventila- 
tion largely depend 
. From the reports, I gather the ma- 
terial to be eijppunt^red will consist 
of various, kinds of more or leas shat- 
tered slates, with traps, and diorltd 
dykes Interspersed. On the propor- 
tion of slate to trap or dloflte hinges 
the cost of the tunnel, and a few J 
dlcioUs borings would be of Hhe ut 
most value. It Isi possible, however, 
that a fairly, reliable pstlmale could 
be made by an examination ■■ of the 
outercropplngs, coupled with a (jeo.- 
logical map of the district. " 

The rocks expected In your twnh#t 
are identical with those met by us In 
the Loch Lomond TAijinfil,-4Mit ,we had 
only ten per cent, of alate to ninety 
per cent, of trap and diorite. 

It would, of course, be presumptu- 
ous on my part to attempt to defin- 
itely state a prlqe for which the tun- 
nel can be done, but I will cover a) 



One report stated that twenty pas- 
sengera. had' been In the Nebraska" at 
Chicago and that eight more were 
taken on as the, train proceeded east- 
ward, but the car porter said,-- there 
(Continued On Page Four.) 
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MMlMlHiPflVill 



IMEWS SUMMARY 



of ia\'in!.;' in :i 1 i'-- 

c;iu.^r il i"^ -.' ' (uiiili 
T.pf'^fr. wli'.'lc. .1 !'. 
son, Jj.C. , 



Kilni;iniock Srotcii. F,vcry 

... 1. .M,!I,.^ Kiliii;!rilM(-l.;, ]ic 
' ' ■ • i'-l'i. ' I'irlicr ;un! 
i-.'i i.i, . .;,:; ..;u\-cr and Xc! 



rH{^e __^ 

1~ Joint, Committee Makes Se- 
lection. Pootiiote Is Now 
No More.* Counting VIctiiioB 
of Forest Fires. • ; 

': ' ' <'"nvnittpe (,Coht.) 
I iinaaiiitee (Cont;) 
4— l'J(Iil..-M-l;\l. ... ■ 
5— Social uui l>«rB«>fiat.'' . 
fi — News of the city. 
"--N'l'WS <if f he-' rit.v . I 
S — l'''(iOllH>ti'' is .\'o\s Xn .M'lr' 
fl--Hl)ort. 

I'ini I •i.inmiti<.<i. (t'oMt.) 

i : ii-ir\ Mines of • ."^te-w-iirl 1 ij:;- 



m fIRE ZONES 
IN O.^EGON SIAIE 



Portland's Water Suppjy Was 
in Seriou$ Danger at one 
- Time— Forests^ Burning ih 
Mount Hood District 



Flames' breaking from the second' 
storey window bf the building at the 

hotel. Broad 



street, over the new theatre, and cries 
of "Fire" called out the fire depart- 
tnent at 2:30 o'clock this morning. 
The origin of the blaze Is a mystery. 
The rooms In which the fire ijro^e 
out are vacant. A (quantity of ma- 
terial left by the workmen wh o ur^ 
einrgaged in constructing the theatre 
beneath had caught alight' and the i 
fire had made good headway • when 
the department arrived. Two streams 
of water from hydrants put otit the 
blaze. The damajre done was not 
large. — 

An hour before the department 
was called to 16ie Belmont street 
where a blaz,ln« chicken coop did a 
small amount of damage. 

Early in the evening the brigade 
was called to 842 Marlon street, off 
Caledonia avenue, where an over-boll - 
ing tar pot set fire to the kitchen. 
Joseph Comensky, engaged , in put-^ 
ting a tar fplt roof on an outhouse 
for which purpose he was boiling the 
tar was badly burned about the 
arms. Thfe blaso^had been subdued be- 
fore the department arrived. 



been bothering th*^ patrols, all season, 
but had given no cause for alarm:' A 
sudden gale yesterday fanned these in- 
cipient blajses Jnto ar furry. In a short 
time the flames had been coih.nninicateU 
to tlie tall timber and a conflagration^ 
that baffled the entire force of tlw 
Waslilngton Forest Fire Association was 
underway. 

. Although several sawmill towns are 
threatened by the advance of the flames 
nnd many ' houses 'have baen destroyed 
no fatalities have been reported and the 
fire fighters are still hopeful that a 
repetition of the Idaho dl-saster can bo 
averted. The rangers know that the 
most successful weapon to u.se in fight- 
ing tlio fires is rain. Acting on the 
theory that .heavy detonations wHl pro- 
duce precipitation, from the moisture- 
laden atmciphere of ths. PacH^'c slope, 
Di' P. Simons, Jr.. chlof warden of tlie 
Washington Forest Fire Association pre- 
vailed ujpon the Seattle congressional 
dflegatlonto telegraph a request to the 
War Department and the Navy Depart- 
ment asking that the forts and war 
ships on Puget Sound be Instructed to 
fire all 'their guns at eight o'clock to- 
morrow niornlng. '' 

Mr. Simons has also seriously con- 
sidered calling upon Governor M. E. Hay 
to order out several companies of the 
Washington national guard to a'sslst tlie 
patrols- In fighting ilie fires. As yet no 

-^Continued On Page 'Four.) 



PORTbAND, Ore.. Aug;. 25.— With 
forest fires sweeping; across into the 
Bullrun watershed, Portland's water 
supply was In dnngisr tonight. .A 
strong ituard—U'aa-^ilaced at a bridwc 
west of 'M el n tyre's Inn, which carries 
the big .pipe line, .^hlle at other 
poiiits employees ol the city watei: 
department and the forestry, serviclp ■ 
arc cii-opcrating to prntcrt ilie afiu,e- 
dui'l. iOvf'ry drnp of vv;iIit u.sed hero j 

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To Visit Canada 

GLASGOW. August 25.— Right Rey 
Archibald Ian C^ampbell, . Bishojj of, 
Glasgow and GaUowa>^"haa made ar- 
rangements to attend the bi-contenary 
of the Canadian Church at H^Ufax. ' 





cmiPH I'roin tiw Hullr\r.i strt-iuu 
flioiiKht (li;it (ljMi.u;'-r i« n\-f>r:- ] 

111 I li.. (liMi rid : 'Drtlauii i 

jiiiiil Mdmif llnnil a ..res ni"t» I 

j I'Mi-iiin-; ' eMtlin.ai (1 iliai twenty 

lnniilii-:' , l'>St their bnmr".*) nni! 



T 

HIS mim 





1! 

ON LARGE SCALE 



Canadian NortheFn Planning 
.Big Terminal on Bank .of 

, Fraser— Activity in Con- 
struction of Railway , ' 



1 1 



1 ..■tHl-s- 

Marine. 

i;:ii,-M-.-. 



; .nil 1 lU'lr Ih IcjIIKin:- 
i \\-;in<i;ii; th.- Iliirt-. 



ni:)\v 



1 1> — i 'his.iii p-M 

17— Markets. 
18— Civic byliivv.- 
19 — Advertlsemon; 

'.'0 — Ihl'Mri SSMf..-,., , 



any kind with wlii.-U U 



iIK' cil.v .-ill 
vehicles of 
get into the 



I'ity. Two siininii'i- hotels and sev- 
erai post offices liave been burnedj 
as well as many acres of good timber, 
thousands of cord.s of wood and sev- 
eral brldgofl. Ashes and cinders , have 
! : - n f.'ijllng In rorll^inil today. 



When the Drearh^ of Matt 
Keefe Came True', Death 
Claimed Wm as a Result or 
Cetnlirntinn • , 



Aflrr hnndlng n claim which he anil 
his partners found In the Big Salmon 

fllstrlct to Cnptnln .Tohn IrvInK of Vlr- 



.^,_JL^b,Ji£aU_VlBB. Aug, 36.— Every -day 
brings, fresh evidence of the Itrtentldn 
of the Canadian Northoni to make Port 
Mann, opposite Newft'WestTrilnster. Its 
inain terriilnal on the PaclIU; Coast 
and estnbllsl^ t^ere a, great shipping 
:tnd Industrial. Centre. Aronrrtlny to of- 
ficial advices from the head office in 
Toronto the' plains for the railway 
ya^-da along the waterfront have been 
greatly extended. Instead of ntlllzlng a 
;>;ir(> only fight liumlred feet wide for 
■ rmliuil piirpo.Bos, that portion of the 
,.nvo thou,( : ■ !■ tuwnslle consisting 

of a Hat "^ reserved for tracks 

and m«chui'-, M|>,-iir and car-building 
works. The flni in iiiiostlonTs .some" 

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a (Ircade hence, fo|lo\vlnK (In- i otnple- 
tion of the Panama canal, the develop- 
ment of inter-provinclal tradu and the 

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lethodist General Conference 
Abolishes Famous Clause in 
Discipline Referring -to Card 
Playing and Dancing 



DECISION 



REGARDED 

AS VIOMEMTOUS 



Ministers Appoint Delegates to 
Fraternal Co nfe renews— Re- 
Elect Superintendent and 
Secretary of Missions 



The specific restrictions In the Meth- 
odist Church discipline dealing with the 
moral conduct of Its members have"T)"ee«- 



Ob motion of Professor W. Wl Ajin; 
drews. of Sackvllle. N, B„ 'seconded by 
the Rev. Dr. J. White, of New Westmln- 




v0mm 



«!,»««***(« ^ifflwwawMr 



(MWW«WHrM»TOS,.»f«wi) 



the conference, the footnote has been ,ab- , 
rogated and tITS following substituted: 

"Forasmuch as these rules are to be In- 
terprete<l by the enlighted Christian con- . 
KclonCe according to the principles of* 
Christian liberty revealed in Oods Word, 
our members are earnestly admonished 
that they giiard wl^th igreat care tlielr 
reputation as servants of Christ; and In 
Jiie case of thoSe amusements and prac- 
tices which are of a hurtful and «ues- 
tlonable tendency they engage in none 
injurious to their spiritual life or Incom- 
patible to their . alleg,iance to Jesus 
Christ, their Master." 

When the adjourned discussion on the 
report' of the Commission on Rules was 
resumed, the air In tlie assembly halt 
was chargt-d with electricity. , Delegates 
sprang to their feet with amendments 
to the report. ' - -. 

The Rev. J. Pitcher, of Gananoque, 
Ont., was the firSt to be heard, moving 
that the footnote be s'truck out, and the 

recommendation of the commission not 

adopted. This was seconded by Dr. JT. 
K. Artnstrorig. of Bridgetown, N. S. 
Mr. Pitcher said tliat the footnote was ' 
superlative. The rules needed ho ex- 
planation, being coftiprehensive enough 
In themselves. The recommendation of 
the commission obscured the whole Is- 
sue before the coni'erence. 

The Rev. Dr. .1. C. Speer, of Toronto 
was next heard with an amendment, 
.secohded by the Rev. Dr. W. H. illncks, 
of the same city, to^ the effect that for 
the footnote a paragraph should be 
substituted, to read that It s|iould not 
be assumed tlial the rulfes were B''I, 
fortli as .& legal enactment to hold tin- 
people of the church In bondage, bnt 
that they were as a guidance to iho 
spiritual life that It was hoped all the 
members of the church would lead. Dr 
Speer said that they had' basic prlnciplt-s 
m their rules which would appeal to the 
'.^members on the grounds of moral con- 
duct. 

OppOMd Change 

The next speaker lo catcli the eye of 
the chair was Dr. J. S. Ross, of. Hanover, 
who said that he was not satisfied with 
either , the recoriimendatlon In the re- 
port or either of the amendments, and 
he hoped all would- be voted down. He 
understood that the province of the 
commission was to cut out nntlnnatt'ii 
phrases In tlie- Discipline and not t,o 
make radical changes in the conduct of 
church life. Neither tlie conference nor 
the members of the church at largB hail 
ever expected thstthis Issue would conic 
'up. .When it flrtit appeared in tlio preys 
great ° surprise- must ha\-e lieon , 
felt among the adherents— of -M'ettM.ii.^in 
In Canada. No ,confcreiu o tm.t i.i. i 
that the Issiie be raise' 
cliurch was at peace. If 
known that such an ls.><ue whm in in- 
raised nt the present conference i hen- 
would have been 'score.i nf petltlon.s 
against It being brouRht up for discus- 
sion. It Whs a flank lUlack on the ver.\ 
principles of the. moriil coriiluct In thr- 
church. There already had hoi 
fronlal atlncK-s Hf pn'vtous geneiui , '-'V 
forenoes. Imi i iled. Hi- didn't 

believe in t '■ s-arfare. WlmL 

"iiiililth. ,nirch through- 

iMM ih'. !■ ■ lien the.v woke 

n)^ in ihr .ii.irniDK .'"ul foUnd that the 
ni nhilili Ions re.KardlhK moral conduct 
iieen oUmtnateil froiiv the Discipline. 
'- Rev. G.' W. Henderson, of Feter- 

u'li. Ont., .supported Mr. Pitcher's 
niondment. He regretted that the foot- 
note had ever found its way into the 
Discipline. The, conference should vota 
that it be struck out, and trust li> the 
good sense of the church innmbers lo 
(ContlniK-d on Page 8.) 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Friday, Augurt 25, 1910 



Ironing a Pleasure 

When You Use an 

Electric Flat Iron 



FOOTNOTE IS 
NOW 



NO MORE 



(('unl iiiueil from ('iik>' Oni'.j 



\\\\\ vpcnd -(■\(M';i! Ii.iui- t \'i.'!'\- ir.iniii;^ <l,i\ m :i rot, \\\>- 
a,i;T(,Tali!i' kiulicii, \>, hen In, -.(u'liilmi;" ijio in mir i.| 'mm' ll'ii- 
l^'iiiH I'.lrci lir liMii- \,,u will lir i-iiaMcil in .1^ \i'i;! w.<\\ in 
li.il I I ilf ! niir. 

' \\ I' will Lria'II_\ -i,Miii (ii'iO ti)an\ !■! ■'IM" .^ mi-miiu'. s 

~ Free for Te^ Day's Trial 



B. Ce Electric Railway Co.vLd. 

Corner Langley and Forr Streets ;' Tel., 1609 



'rhi? o:ie Hliftft wf sunk nnuuinliMl 
to C'Jc jii-T toot .of lunn*)l, uhtrriiH 
j you may need none. 

[' Our plant aiul hiiililiriK'^ cxccfMied 
j 5'(.(i0 |)f.i' I'oot 111 iiiMiii'l, uiHTi'jiH yoi.if 
I cMuiiiinrril \\\\\ ma grofitly i»xci?od 
I mirs, ;iii,i \,,ii ii;i\,' liit.OOO feet as 
li' iii;.-i ,1,11(111 t,. share tl)i! exueasf. 
\ iT.v li i|)(.''ruT"rf'nTnrr«^, 

;i \\\v,\\ |M-i'i-t'al :i K'' "f 
sh.iiil.l s,i%r at I. :i,'^l 



liMil chance 
'rua,iu'l for 



\ll Ih.--.- .ir.' 

; 1 1 H 1 I . I 1 1 \\ I '. h 

h,i I li i I •. U \ • 'It 

.'.'ti.UO jiiT loot on ciur iJKiir 

AW avorage ill<?ti-ibutlnn . 
, I think N .'11 h;i \ ■■^•■1 II .xcp 

u| iLi.U hiK tile S<M,u. !-ak( 

:i;-'o/Mi per ima, 

I yalhcr thai liic ;;cMhi;,4u .1 ! (ctiim- 
I U"n "I Ihc Sociki', l^U/ki' (iisirUa lii\« 
j 111 lnr.nl, .sweep in,!? linos, :inil .>.oar 
IiiniM.I should ii.iici i-nt.' cvlonslxp' 
' .-la I-'-lnids. A \ 'I'v \<-w icst-holeM 

\\oiil4l, aottie ilii;-! \cr.\ fiiiportant 

point. ' .' 



Hlreani at tin- end of tll(« dry season the basis 
■■^vltft a stalfnicnt of the tjuuiitH^y of | Hon 'at tliR aanic ratt* a.s (luriiiK 

\\ai»-r dell\ iTfd' to the B. (.'. Klectilc | pri'vlou.s tlilrtccii years, wliii-ii 

t'ompany Kirice Xo\enil>fr 1. 1 IHiy, and I alxiul 'I per cent, per anmiMi > h 

aljjo reconiincndhnj; 'hut furlhcr ilnio^thc tncrtH.«o in poi>ulatiioi m.^ 

be slven williin which to la-port on 

the deMlraldlllv of retainlnif SooUc 

ial.;c and w ,,il vislied a3 a riM i\ .■ .sii|i- 
I pl.v. ,.,...J,„..V, 

' ''ii.\ Solicilof , AlcPiaianid paatctl 

"Ht that e\ idcntl.\- tlic coianii 1 1 ci- «;i.s 
; divided upon Ihi; iwn pi ■ ipo.slllons, ,1 ini 
! ^vou)d ne\aa- cam' \'i an ainit'.-iljlc c ,01 
; ciuHion. . 'J'o gi) to Siii.lvr l;il,.' tliv 111;. 
• nii).al do so lii'Tiai- M:n-. h 1 ili .c\l 

^ car, that, belie; I'nc l.i^t .l.ii. Il^..l ^^, 

ilic act Xo«- crnssii)K ihi- l':.'.'ioiiu' li 



f an Increase In thr rii'Pn'n- 

th'e 



dale III' .Mr Ad.iiii'^' i-i' ■■ i 1 I- . 1 

o\ cr I II iMt- i-i'hl , pi-i . , , , \| ! 

Vilaia.'^, |.:i,-iiiK lij« M|,jniun u;: 1: • . ■ 
iMT-ii-ncr ,\r oihi-r .iiM-s, assunii'.i limi ;( 
iiii-i I'l 111 .'-\ iim would reduee.the con- 



r 



siim)i! 1- 

ll.l s . \\ 

IP a rl ;, 
■s 1 1 ii ,1 



II I ' .11 gallons per i'ai>ilH. pi 1 
MTcas iliirihK l!''*'* ii ■ 1 iinlii-il 
.■ i' K;iIIoii.s pci- c;^.! ]i. 1 ,! p, / 

I""-"' ■'" " '' I'i'ttTcU rfystfni. 



.111.1 with I W;iler W,,iKs 
h 11 .loess i a tiiiuicl line. 



MILLSTREAM 



( 'i,)n)pun.\''a pro'perty h.c 
'.riu: .solicitor MUnKcStccI 



piitilns one proposition -first to tin- 
ratepayers, uad If dejt^ateil then the 
"Iher could bo IJUI H Inith were de- 
ated thfit- it l8 up to the ratcyMyerj 



Area of w^terilhed. '3,B00 a^r^is. 
Ralnfan.t^homi '45" Inches. ',. , 
Proliable yligldi |i to 7 "ra. inilllons per 
day. .', 

cpst, ja-.M.ooo. ' 

Th'^ M.Ul.Sti-eaTTi supply wohhl he. oh- 



The Man Who 
Wants 

His 



I 

ilumHelvea, anil tftere woidd be noth- , talned'froin a iscetlon.of'the -IliKhlarui 
ins for it. but to buy wtitr«r->bi' ,ttie gtil.; ./District. ■ over 'which the KefiUlmalt 




IF YOU DON'T KNOW 



La Flor de Bahama 

THAT'S YOUR FAULT 

Ckt Acquainted .With This Old Reliable and You Will Be ij^itiafied 
■ ' ' ■ ~^V:itli Li+e — ' . * 



JOE TASSE CIGAR CO. 




ALL OVER TOWN SNAPS 






♦ 
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FORT STREET, 40 x i_>o. near Quadra:- This is the 

cheapest property on the street todav. 

Price . . .,. . . . r .;. . _$8,400 

Good terms can be arrang^ed. 
FINE CORNER. JAMES BAY, 60 x 120. within ojie 

block trotn ilie C. i'. R. wharf. Fine ap.-trtmtMit 

house, site. Price . . ; .$10,000 

DOUGLAS STREET, close to business section, 56 

feet; frontage bv 120 deep. Investigate this. \ 

Price .:......'......".... ......... -;v.. $8,000 I 

OLIVE STREET— TwD^Lots. 50 ,x 1 20 each,"good I 

iowioti, cheap $550 each. E&syierins.v t 



Marriott & Fellows 1 



')i<) IVou.nce Avenqe 



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You wUl note- t-lHtt- our tunnel .^-"as 
ilrlVen by .day labor, which save <5iy; 
piirtiinitV for aeeurlns much data as 
to cost. .\t the anrne time, my other, 
work pre\'ented my sflvins: it tlte sjime 
c.!,og£, attention as would a contractor, 
I and, as ji conJ^efihcnoe, although a 

fair ;t'vera»e' oX. efficiency was nt- 

iai;it;d«„4-li<i cast-« given can be bet-' 
tened by a Koo'd contractor snfficl- 
cnliy to pa.\ him a erood profit and 
sitlll leave a margin of slTisty. 

Many Factors. ___... 

In esMmating' the cost of a worlc as 
large '«i»,4*i« pfoi)Osed tunnel there 
are a great many points seriously af- 
fecting a. cost that can be ascerfalTicd 
only on the grround and Wltji a ful.* 
knowledge of local conditions; but I 
have undertaken %voHc In. u large 
number of widely separated Piacy-s on 
this continent, and I feel eonfident 
that >tn:i-'haVe more than a reasonable 
chance of com pleting the tunnel for 
$20.00 per, foot. 

Mr. Adams, although not a raining 
man, ha« an International — I might 
say, worlAwide— reputation as a hy- 
draulic engineer, and his experience 
has covered many tunnels in similar 
formatlon.s in the saiue range. Con- 
sidering the time he has devoted to 
your problem and the evidently care- 
ful study he has made. 1 feel that any 
Cf>uncll would be justified In taking 
his estimate as correct In so far as 
hiiman foresight can guarantee cof- 
.ret-tness. Of course, if yon can In- 
(A^eaae the ai)proprlation to $20.00 per. 
foot, without wrecking the scheme; 
.Voii don't have to spend It because 
you ; have. It, and it provides a reas- 
onable factor »f safety. 

I atn sorry time prevents a further 



"has ' certain 



SOOKE LAKE 



T'uUerton, Messrs. Grey, Pendray, Mt- 
Koheran, Henderson. Meston -and 
Gleason, ' 

Those ni«»mbers of the committee who 
V. ere' not present will be given «n op- 
F>-nrtunlty of signing the recomniehda- 
,ti<.n to the eouncll. 

The additional memoranda on Gold- 
stream pubmlttc;d IVy Mr. ShaHcross. 



analysis of the siibject. but your tele- jzhnlrman ff the sub-committee 




'Mk Of \m 




.Incorporated 1869 



^ 



Capital Paid Up. 
Reserve v. ...... 

Total Assets . . . 



........$ 5,000,000.00 

.........$ 5,700,000.00 

....... .$70,000,000.00 



A Geecra! Banking Business 
Transacted 



F. SHUTE 



MANAG!iR VICTORIA BRANCH 



New Premises 'Are Being Erected in Government Street 

For This Bank , . ' 



VICTORIA WEST BRANCH 

Corner Catherine Street and Esquimalt Road ■ 

SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS A SPECIALTY 

A; C. FUTCHER, Mana^ej. 




Farthest North 

It i? recognized fact among 
rli-tillTi thai tlie fincft Scojcli 
A !,i ky \\ pioiJiici-d in llie Higl'-landt 
ol S'.'.lian'l, 

In l!,'- Norlli, ihr art of<f|i»hlling liis 
bi-en handed dovvji fioiii (allicr lo boh (or 
grnrralions. 

1 hr Stromness Dittillery — established . at 
Orkney over a century ago — ia the fnrlheit 
north ot any distillery in the world. 
The inferrnce isi plain. 

The entire production ot this distillery is 
devoted lo "Old Orkney" Whifky and every 
drop ii bolllcd'by us. 

M(r()\Mll 'S DlSill ! I RY I.LMmJf 

Dnrrr I iou.-. Anind'-i Sc. , I.ondon, IT.neUnH, 

Pr/)prirtor» of 

STHOMNESS UISTILLKHY 

Orkney. Scn(i.in<J. 

Whol..,rtlr Affrnu 

rn \«A\ a <;RAY. Whnrl S«rcrl 

4 VfCTOHIA, If.C. 



gram received tonight leads me to be- 
lieve that any further delay will de- 
stroy what small value these few re- 
marks-may have for you. 
(Sgd.) H. SYD. HANCOCK, 

A. .M. faiti S6c. C. E. 

A. M. Am. Soc. C. E. 

P. A. S.' I., etc. 

More Sook« Lakie Da^a 

In ^xldltlon *to the abovg. vvas a 

longthy report setting forth the con- 
clusions to be drawn from Mr. Han- 
cocks letter and. giving furtiier opin- 
ions as to the tjuantity of water to be 
secured from ^oM l^ke. dUMt.: crost 4«d 
method of financing the ''propo.sltifin, 
the'cost being lixed at $1.3f>.".582 for 
constructing the ti/nne l route, securing 
iie(\e»ffary riparian rights, laying a 
Ih^irty Inch pipe, etc. This e.\pendl- 
ture, it was claimed, would give a 
jdaily supply' into Smith's Hill reser- 
voir of 15,000,000 gallons^the same as 
I fJoldstream, but with fhe advantage 
that by la.ving additional pipe lines to 
the m.uiitli ..oL the^^trmnei' and making 
usie of the l.eeeh River waterSh<;?d a 
quantity up to fi5,000.000 gallons per 
day could be seeured. , Also. that as a 
power proposition Sooke L«ke and 
Leech River eo.uld. be developed to the 
extent of 3,00» horse poweitr— with a 
dally supply of 10,000,000 gallons for 
domestic u?e ^t a. cost of $1,964,582. 

A heated argument between Mr. 
Meston and Mr. W. E. Oliver, over the 
former'.s statement that In 1907 and 
190S tlie lakes at Ooldstt-eam had been 
drahied dr.v, occasioned the first evi- 
dence of heal. Mr. Oliver . declared 
that the quantity of water used by the 
tramway company in those years, when 
rtio company was, practically the only 
cu.stomer of the water works company, 
accounted for the drying up of the 
i lakes, l|ut with subsequent Improve- 
ments a.x the, customers trf the com^ 
pany Increased, the system had been 
brought to. a point where last year it 
delivered tt dttlllf- average of 13,000,000 
gallons ail the .vear round and todav 
the company can deliver 15,000,000 gal- 
lons per day. 

Then Mr. JShallcrosr criticized the 
report of the Sooke Lakf> Buh-commlt- 
tee. declaring It to be full of Inaccura- 
,c,les and claiming that the Joint com- 
mittee was being asked to base an ex- 
penditure upon Ignorance in that many 
of the statements made were absolute- 
ly without proof,- Mr. Moston had 
cited Arthur L. Adams' report that 
Goldiitream three "years ago was cap- 
able of producing 13..100.000 gallons. 
But Mr, Adttms was referring to an 
area of but 3.260 acres, that being the 
watershed tributary ."ix) Lake No. 1. 1 
when, a.s a- matter of fact, the total 
watershed now available now Is 10 058 
^th-nr Then .Mr. Meston had Stated 
tiiat the revenue from power from 
Coldstrc^^am, would be serlntislv cut 
uhei. th.> B. C. Kleetrlc VompanVs 
.Jordan Ulver plant is in operation. 4nd 
.vet lie did not hint that the same 
would be the case were the city to de- 
velop power at .Sooke I.rfike. As for 
Leach River. Mr. Bur.well. an eicper- 
lencert enfelneer, had. stated that It 
\')nl<l take a .year, to fnlly examine Its 
.iiM.Mlbliltie.^, ■ nnrl yet .Mr. Meston re- 
iinniiended (iff-lia(id tin- Utilization of 
i.eacli River, without knowing an^•thlng 
il'ont Its caiialiilities. , Many "other 
iioints Mr. HI, allcross' criticized, stnt- 
iitg It a.-* bis opinion thaf the scnrcltv 
"f lalinr In the province wo,uld mitigate 
■ iKaln.^t the Sook« Lake construction 
wnrU, and.imU^ss the city wanted the 
work done by Orl«nti|iI(|, great delay 



l"h Horn the company. /; ; ,: ' ' j \yatef \yorks Company 

Aid., Raymond believed that"flncn' a Hgh.ts/ . , 

.cciirjie jvxiiilxl. b.e tantamount to .say- j '• It Is not necessary 'eo en(|uire into 

Ing the committee Wtt» uiittblu to jnake'i.the exacl^ effect pf these' rights, as tlie 

up Its, mind. •• ..•*•.; 1; f, ■ , - 'tjuantity availablo f ro m ' M ill-stream ta 

More motions and amendments wer«' ""^*'"'"'''<'"^*'oi' the ultimate needs of" 
suggested, but they ilnallv dwindled •'\''"*^,"'"'°- ^^^. ^'»<^ <^<"*t would, be rela- 
down to one by ChrTstTan Slvertzthat!"^"*''*' *'-'''''"*'^"'^- , I 

the Es(iuimaU Watier Works Com- 
pany's system he ucquired under arbi- 
li"atton— proceedings, and the a mend - 
rnerit by Aid. Firlt^non that boWi pro- 
positions, be put before the ratepay- 
ers. . ■ . 

MaycM- Morley suggested letting the 
matter stand until tonight, when ah-- 
uther jjw^pftng could be held. IHtat 
would give the members of the com- 
mittee time to think, the matterover. 
13ut the committee, or at least a jna- 
iorlty o f the members; did not want 
more time to think. They called I 
loudly lor a vote, which -wsw-finally 
taken on the amendm ent, which was 
defeated, and then Mr. Sivertz' motion 
carried. Then there were calls for 
"names," Mr. .ShaHcross dccJaring that 
such should be taken, though others 
objected. The names were, however, 
duly accorded, the vote standing a« 
follows: 

Ayes: Aldermen McKeown, Bishop, 
Bannerman. Sargison and^Ra.vjriond, 
Messrs. (J. Porter. Charles Hayward, 
C. SUertz, .L,. J. ShaHcross. John 
Arbuthnot. Simon L>el8er and K. Nor- 
rls. 



Area of watershed. —12.000 acre ; 
(Devereu?{). 

Mr. lj(>see estimates, the area of Tlie 1 
watershed at 20 .square miles. Or 12,800 ' 
acres. " ,,, ' j 

Area .if Sooke Lake, If-i 'square ; 
miles, or 960 acres (Losee), 

Depth, 2f. feet (Losee). j 

Capacty of Sooke Lake, C,'19",«40,000 
gallonH (Ijosee). . j 

Elevation of Sooke Lake,, 560 feet i 
above sea level. , ' 

Accurate records of the yearlv rain- I 
fall are, unfortunately, not available. 
.Mr. Raymur stated that a tJovorninent 1 
Record taken some years ago indicated 
that the rainfall ut Sooke was about j 
equal to that of Goldstream, but .Vlr. ; 
Burwell expressed the opinloTi that tin 1 
rainfall at ^ooke would probably pro\ ■ 
less than thtit of (joldstream. 

Quality of Sooke Water 

I'ntll the present year no' analysis j 

of Sooke Lake water seems to have \ 

been made. .The analysis made tlii.^ i 

y«'«'", in the month of June, showed 

Nays: .Mayor Ikjlqrley, Alde .i mei r-*'^^ t-he water of lower Sooke Lake 1 




ap- 

p<lnte<l,ii> secur e th e data, was as 
follows: 

Goldstream M.^moranda 

The following reports ha\'e been con-' 
sidered by the committee, and these 
notes are based thereon:., 

JReport by r A. Bulkley— October 
28th, 1873. 

Report; by Arthur L. Adams — Mav 
15th. 1905., ' , , 

Supplementary .repot-t by Arthur L. 
.'Vdams — Decpintjw 23rd. 1907. 

Report' by AUiertp. Ashcroftr- April 
7th. 1908. / , , 

...Report b.v J. Haytnur and C. H. Topp 
^May, »th, 1907. , 

Report bv K A. pevereux— Koveipn 
her. 7th, 1907. 



Report by Q. 
1905. 

Report b.v., J, 
her 22nd. 1909. 

Reporf.s'by F. 
dates. 



M 



B 



fer.vsoh — December, 

H o J d croft — N'OV era - 

Devereux— various 



i.400,000 



300,000 
487. 



Henderson. Meston and Kiillerton, on 
Sooke I^ake, to which wa.s attached re- 
port by W. E. Iviyee. 

Report by a sub-nomtrnttee;' Messi's. 
ShaHcross., Todd and Bannerman, on 
the prtre asked for .the Ksqulmait 
Water Works- 
Sundry short" reports. 

Present Water Situation 

C^allouB 
Consumption of water, 1909. .1*66.079.306 

Average per day :'. 700,000 

Consumption. 1908 ^."iO,l20,000 

Increase, one year, lo' . 
Estimated average maxi- 
mum supply from Elk^ 

Lake (Adams) 876,000,000 

Average maximum per day 

(Adams) 

Consutriptlon in I'.ajy cx- 
- ceeded average nianii- 

mum., per day 

New services during 1909 

New services. Januarv to Julv. 1910, 
290. ■ . . • 

It Is quite evident from the above 
figures that with a daily ifonsnmritlon 
10 per cent, in excesV^ of the maxlmuni 
dally possibility meordlng to .Mr. 
Adatns, taking a series oiyeftrSi and 
conthiuing 19 Increase at the, rate of 
about 10 per ceiit, per annum, the time 
has come when the water sltuaton 
must be faced, and faced with a deter- 
mlnritlon lo secure additional supplies 
without delay. • • ' 

Ijast wlntcif there was an exception- 
ally heavy rainfall which has, enabled 
Elk Lake to supply the demands of 
this summer, but exceptional ralnf.nlls 
can-Tu)t be anticipated' every ye%Tr; 

The following possible .sources of an 
Iricreased supply have been suggested: 

1. Increasibg the watershed of Elk 
Lake. 

2. .\IlllHtrc-am. , • 

3. Sooke Lake. 

4. Purcha."»e of the entire undertaking 
of the .Esquimau Water Works Com- 
pany under the ftrovlsions of the act 
of 1909. 

a. Purchase of un tor In bulk from 
the Esquimau Water Works Company 
under the provisiohs of th? act oif 18»3. 



was of Inferior quality, •containing a,n 
eiccesslve amount of albuminoid am-, 
monla. l>ut that the water of the mid- ; 
die and main lakes was of good i|ual- 
Ity.. Mr. BurWell statea in his report:! 
"■\tr »t - ho. tim e I ex amined the lake 
(.\pril 30lh) the water was rather | 
warm and did not have a pleasant 1 
taste. It. moreover, contained a largV 
quantity of animal life, as about three 
.gla.s8e8 out of every four which we' 
dipped out of the lake contained wlg- 
glers.'' ■ ■ .y 

It Is evdent that a further examina- 
tion of the water of Sooke Lake is nec- 
essary at; different periods, In the vear 
before a definite opinion is expressed. 
a,« to Its quality; It will probnblv bo 
found that the* water Ih the main lake 
Is quite suitable for a domestic snpplv 
and that the water in the lower lake wlil 
either have to be radically Improved 
In quality or this portion of the lake 
entirely eltmlnatt^d as a r>o8Nib|e 
source of supply. In the latter event 
the area of the Sooke Lake* watershed, 
wjartld be reduced, but . even oh the 
basis of an area of 1 2^000 acres the 
yield of the Sooke I.Ake watershed Is 
not greatly In excess of Goldstre.im, 
which contains 10,060 acre.", more than 
1,125 feet al>o.yp sea level, presuming 
that the ranVfall of Sw>ke l.s equal to 
that of Goldstream, which ha.s liot, 
been proved. , , 



To bring hltn the best pos- 
ylbjie return>i In bis wearing 
apparel slio.idd rely i:'onsl(J«l-- 
ably ilVo.n the judgment of 
' his olothler. .The Twentjeth 
t'entury Brand, .we' special- 
ize, stands for the very high- 
est class of attire that money 
will buy In (.Canada,, and Is. 
worn bi- hundreds .of the 
best dresaer-s in Victoria. 
Tn* new •■onsig^nments of 



XWiVi ■ Suits 

Jus.t to Hand 



Represent unprecedented 

\aiue. We..wtt?h to emphas- 
ii;e the fact that In style, 
quality, fit, comfort and ser- 
vice they wlH compaTB^TIvlth 
the highest ■t.-.lass td' custom- 
made suits. Indeed, they can 
lie "custom -marie" if you 
prefer It, tailored to your 
• •rde-r If you' wish. We don't, 
liowever, think you willjjeed 
.1 sui t tailor ed to measure If 
1)11 will call and try one cif 
these new conceptions at 



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Office wttii AnBus Campbell & 
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lence 1629. 




,int J5f water available per aruiivas 
from Srrrrtrp Lake wtrtershed Is 10.156- 
224.000 gallons, which would give an 
average, of about 27 'i million gallon.s 
per day. presuming all xvas coH"ete.i 
from which would havo to be deduct" 
evaporation and seepage. 
Yield of Lake 

Elsewhere In his report Mr Losee 
states that Sooke Lake, with the usual 
wet season, would yield over 40 mil- 
lions per day. but it will be seen thai 
to arrive at this datterlng result two 
wet seasons have been useil to pro- 
dujce one year's supplv, which, of ' 
course, Is not practlcj<ble, and th'' ' 
statement I-n, therefore, .misleading. 

Again, Mr. Lo.^ee, e.stlniatinp tli. 
capar<lty of Sooke Lake at fi,4{t7.«4o,ftO(i 1 
gallpn.s. goes on to state that this 
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ELK LAKE_EX,TENSIOi\i 

Area of, cifcaen t watershed. 2 ,"00 



would ocinir. 

Mayor Begs for Peace 

.Much cro.s.s-firing was done between 
Jhf-aobercnf- of (he rival pt•'o^,o^dt^l)np 
■'■' '"'"'I' viMynr- Moi-ley f,,]!* 

' ■'i'''<l "!■ , 11 .lurinlicr.s of the 

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acrtffl, of whlc,h 1,400 acred arte in prl 
vate hijnds. 

Anca' of iSlk Lake and Beaver Lake, 
605 acres. 

Range between high and lOMV water 
without ,|)umMlnK, S,.=i feet. _L. , 

Average rainfall, 36.47. 

AveraKC cvaiHtratio'n from lake,.' 23 
inchesr '; .■• , 

P6.«alble" .extension of watershed, 
2,000 acre!* (Devereuic). 

Mr. Deveireux points out tltftt wrt est- 
tension of tli.- -.(utershed woiTld . not 
'give the ,,111. ,. 1(1 |)er,acre as a na- 
tni-;il Will' r--l.. .1. .nid lluit,S(lcll all arti- 
(iiii'l \\ .11 ' r -iii'il ,cinil<l_i_iot be exjiected 
I'l ,\ i'lil mure 111, in about one-third of 
wli.'il liii- n;iliii-.il \\areVshed wicild. give 
IHT iicrc 

I'liitiiililo \i,|.| ir.ini extension. I.'hh' 
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A. Gowen, Managing Director 1114 Government Street 



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Bowes' Black- 
berry Brandy 

Y'ou cannot dn Ixtter than 
k eep q 250 bottle of this 
grand medicine in the house. 
_A SURE CURE FOR' 

DIARRHOEA. 
And--i>A'scnrtr\- and loose- 
ness of the bowels. Goovl 
for children. Sold at this 
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CYRUS H. 

Tels. 425 and 450 



BOWES, CHEMIST 

1228 Government Street 



(Ooiitlnued from Pfisre Two.) ) 

j would supply the city with 17,230,000 
Kiillons i)c^r ilay fur 3«5 days If no rain 
I I'lMI diiriuy that i)orlod. In inakng 
I thl.s culculutloii ullowauoe la not nmdu 
j fof , tnaijoi'utliin and si-^opasc, aiul ,110 
.■.xplaiiiitlon Is Klvcui of the moans to 
j 1)3 adopted' to drain Sookf L.ala- dry. 
( KnKlnot'rs' rcportH of this <'haractt-r 
(art' apt t(V give an (jntlrcly wtorig Im- 
prc's.sion of (he roal sltiuitlon. If 
Soo'ko l-ako. Is ilci-idcd' upon as a 
source of siippl.N'. furtlioi- enquiries 
Into (inallty and yjfld aro advlaablc, 
luLt, nioanwliiU ii may bP a.-i.'iiirned 
that ["'tween 1!H and -!'. ndlllons per day 
cotdd I" i.iaiiM'd froin that .source 
aiad tliat the i|iia!il\- \vou'id lift satks- 
f.'ielory If t.nkeii ir.Mii lli. ni.ilu l;.iki-. 
A,? all Lhe estinKit''H )ia\e lie.n made 
on iho ns.sunipilon (hat- Uvl' fuLd of the 
lowvr lake Would he the outlet, the 
coHt wouhl b(.> Increased 1).\- the u.se >-\' 
the main lakV water oidy. Two lueih- 
'dd.s hnvo been .suRg-efjted to briUK 
S.'.iko Lake water into Virtoria. One 
1:. .1 ..!•!..< ..1 .^hort tunnels and a pine 
iiM. , L.i.ii liMiKlh of over IT nille.'^, 

l>ul llie e.stl mates suppled only j)rovlde 
for an average .supply of 'H'o million 
gallons p»?r tlay and a maxinnirn yield 
of 714 mllllona per cTayT" The other by 
a tuniiQl of 2!), 000 feet, or ttve mile."- in 
lejisU>,-..tu-i»cipally- uniJer -the land.s of 
the Esrinjmalt' Water AVorlcs ' Com pany , 
tn a- terminal near ' the noldstfeam 
Po Wpt~ TTmTfiPr'rm«'""t*rpnrp":""tay ■ a pipe 
IJne to Victoria. The capacity of the 
tunnel would be designed to carry the 
availahki supply from Sooke I.,al{ev but" 
thp capacty of the pipe from the tun- 
nel to Victoria covered by the eatl- 
mate.s -would only be sufflcient to give 
an averagre dally supply of ilVe mll- 
llon.«i. -'With a maximum yield of 7',^ 
millions. , 

Long — "Tunnel 
E-stlmatcR Route Route 

-Adanls $1,064,000 $1,098,000 

.Asberoft.. .. ^. - 1,18^,800 1,763,000 
Time for comi>il» 

tlon .. ..-.. .. 2 yra. 4 to 5 yrs. 

The very ^eaf difference In the es- 
timates for the tunnel route la partly 
explained by Uie calculated cost-of-the 
rrriinel i)er roo t. 



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Stomnrli. lU'adai:hc,'ll-'a.rlb'un, Inriiqr'.tioi^ 
Si ur liliuc;atium, - Iliiiou* .n AfiecUoac 




The Ph7iiipi«,n% 
Cure i'lT tiout, 

Khciimalic Q.vt- 

and GraveL 

Safest tnd moit 

Ocutle Hedicioc lor 

Infants, Childirn, 

i>elicate Fcmilei, 

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he BEEHIVE, Douglas Street 

See our new Neckwear. The cutest of little 
Bows and Ties, only 25e each. These have como, 
direct fro'u IjOndpn and are reallS- snmrt; a "fine 
lot of new .Blouses fr6m $li50 up. Knglksh Mose' 
25cr,r— -35c H.'n<I 50c; .Men> Socks 25c up. ^. — ■ 




The Man at the Bat may 

be caughl OUT on 

his third strike, 

but 

EDDY'S 

"SILENT" 
MATCHES 



as the dawn of 



NEVER p4iJL, to Ugi^t the FIJR8T STRIKE. ''AS sure 

' tomorrow." 

Sixtv vearB of experience^ have broughrt Eddy's ^fatche^ t& the 
ACME ofHPERFECTION.. The famous "Silent.' 

Also Eddy'a - Paper wooden ware. Flbrewarfe,^T'alls, Tuba and Wash- 
boards. ' ' '■ 

Mitchell Bros., Selling Agents. Victoria and Vancouver 



Mr. Adam.s estimated 
this at $1,8 per foot, while Mr. Ashcroft. 
the eng4n«'»e'r appointml by the Govern- 
ment of British rolumbia, stated that 
this was too low and he estimated the 
'.fcist at $81 per foot, and provided $15,- 
000 for te^t borings for tunne|. Mr. 
A. a; Purvvell, the engineer engaged 
this year, by the may"or and council, 
state*} that he did no t think It would 
be advisable to «8t1mat«^ at less than 
$30 per foot; the cost of the Coquitlam 
tunnel. 2i.Se miles In length, having beien 
$32 per f6ot. 

It Is only fair to Mr. Adams to re- 
call that he gave his estimate of cost 
with sreat, reserve and recommended 
diamond borings to determine the 
character of the rOclc. These diamond 
borings havfe not bijen made. 

Mr.' Adams writes, r ef criming to the 
two routes from 8ooke Ljike: "It will 
be observed that there Is little differ- 
ence between the estimated cost of the 
tw'rt routes, but it must beuntderstood 
that therb is nothing sn problenjattc In 
the (Sost of the lower route as the long 
tunnel pn the other roqte. It would 
require four or Hva years to drive this 
tunnel with n first class efiulpment, 
whereas tlie otht^r line could be, comr 
pleted In two .seasons. TMils dllTerence 
might compel the adoption of^the lon- 
ger route If time were a serious con- 
.slderatlon. If, not, and the ch<)lce de- 
pemled entirely upon the merits of the 
two locations.: xllamtmd drill burlng to 
deter mine the nature of the material 
to' 15e~ penetrated" and a report by n 
comTM^t-Pnr geologist should precede 
the final selection." ' 

TKb- Tunnel 



West and around Ksqaimalt Harbori 

The estinnates In connoction wltlil 
the aooko proposals only provide for 
the purchase of about 2,000 acrea out 
of a tiital watershed of 12,000, ley-vltig 
the Ki'eater part of the watershed out- 
side the control of the city. 

In order to Insure thu purity of Its 
water yupply tile ilty 'slumUl own tho 
entire area on which the walia- l.'s col-- 
lected and In considering Die prohablo 
coat of brlnxlng: water from Hiioke 
pro\islon should be made for the pur- 
eha.M(^ of the entire w.tterwhed. 

When the present eallinate.H rej 
.Suoke Lake are carefully reviaed »o 
a.s to provide for an average of say 
H) million gallons per day. It la most 
unlikely that the cQst of bringing to 
thi' cltN- thin quantily will be""'l'ound 
I., he iess than $:;,000,0()0 by ellhei* 
route 111 this connection the.- exclu-i 
.Hliin <.| ihe city from supplying water 
in the I'j.-iciuinuilt I-'eninsula la a niu- 
I'-rial factor. Any deficiency In tht; 
let iiAciiiie from water- will have to 
i.e in.iiie Koud, eltlier by 'Increased 
w.'iler raie.s ur Increased COnsunT'ptidiV 
ill the DLstrlcts to the Kant and North 
(if \lctorl;i Iiarhor, for it Is unlikely 
that the pe'jple. of Victoria West wli'l 
b(> wUlInK to contribute through ii 
Kcncral rate to tlie cost <if u water 
supply fnini whicli they can get no 
benefit. ,' ^ 

If any other Koluiion ior the qnestlort 
is posHiblo there would seem little tt; 
warrant the choict> of- Sooke Lojike as 
^4ie next source of si^pply • for Vic- 
toria, in view of thej Inconipletenosa 
of the information available ^ncl con-, 
sequent uncertainty as to ultlmati) 
cost, the very long time Which nmst. 
In any event, elapse befor<? Water 
could be brought to Victoria by 
either rmite, and a Still morp vital 
point, the limitation of the area In 
wbJch the citv could dis tribute water. 
If it were fihally decided to go to 
^Sookc the longer route is deserving 
of further consideration, becatise It 
would be possible to' form a more ac- 
curate estimate Tif"°ttrmTrBr-tst»srr'nian 
of the cost of the tunnel with all 4ta 
uncertainties and contingencies. 
As Source of Power. 

Som.e reference to* Sooki* l,Bkcr— as 
a source of. power has been made, 
and in this connection Mr. A. G. Bur- 
well was asked to make a report. Mr. 
Burwell states — "There tan l)tf no 
doubt that If the total run-off from 
the drainage area of Sooke I<itke was 
m»iAg„available for use (by developing 
the storage capacity of the lake) that 
this catchment basin by lts(>lf is ii)- 
sufl'lclent to give a supply for your 
.water system, and in- addition pro- 
duce a power worthy of const deratlop. 

The elevation Of Sooke Lakt; being 






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milk producer known. Place your orders early as hny Is on the rise. 

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necessary to make further surveys to 
definitely determine the exact position 
of the most , suitable Site of the pro- 
posed tunnel and provide suitable 
jlumplng ground at each portal' and 
also make a careful examination of the 
ground with several test borings to as- 
certain the general nature of the rock 
formation." 

"... .Although by test borings It 
may be ascertained, lu a g(*neral -wav, 
the nature of the rock which will be 
encountered, it Would nevertheless be a 
very costly proposition to make these 
horlnga frequently enough to definitely 
determine how many traps. dl orit.fB br 
other roclts Qf a tough nature may t>8 
encountered or what other parts of the 
tunnel may require lining.'. 

Referring to the Coquitlam tunnel, 
Mr. Burwell says: "This tunnel has a 
length of 2V4 miles and wa.i construc- 
ted under favorable conditions with 
respect to the uniformity "of the rock 
throughout, the accessibility of the 
work and the Ideal diUmpIng facilities 
at each portal. The cost of this work 
averaged $.12- per lineal foot. The 
easterly half cost considerably more 
than the westerly half, chiefly owing 
to the uphill hdul and the necessary 
continuous pumping (requlrng a pump 
with a 6- inch discharge pipe in coii- 
tlniious operation to pump out the 
seepage water). Since the completion 
of this work wages and materials have 
also increasf^d In price." 

Since the Coqultjatn tunnel, neai). 
Vancouver, cost $32 per foot, although 
only 2V4 miles In length, whereas the 
proposed Sooke tunnrt Is 5 mllelij In 
length, it would be un.safe to estimate 
the cost of the latter at Ipsa than $32 
per foot, as It Is well established that 
the cost of a., tunnel increases per 
foot proportionately to its length ' 
more especially wheti" lh« Work froiii 
one end has/. to be done on a down, 
grade, nir -order to give a head for 
water. 

The' Actt-of 1909 gives the city a 
right of way through thf! latids of-4lTO- 
E.sqalmalt Water Works for a tunnel, 
but rio provision Is made for a dump- 
ing ground .at the, "Eastern prtrtal. 
where, as a matter of fact, no con-i 
venient dumping ground is available'; 
Provision would have to be made by 
arrang-ement with the PJnqiiimolt Wa- 
ter Works company for, a dtmiping 
ground, and if that was not i)ractl- 
cable. the debris would liavo to bo 
taken a conalderablfv distance, but no 
provision for this cOst has been made 
in the estimates before the cotnmlt- 
tee. Tl>« tunnel Is planned t.o go un- 
der the lands of the Eaquimalt Water 
■yVorks company, and In the Ai-i of 
190n It li! provideYI "that the Cit.V- 
shall make coinperinntier; tlierefor nwl 
''I damage at any timo thereafter 
suffered thereby." The K8(|iilniai«H 
Water. .Works (-'om^jany .contend that 
sttch a tttnnel would 
drain their lakea unle- 
'«'''' -tight. However 
I ■vision \» ma,ie in 
r 'hf> COntinKeie \- 
•■"! '■ lUly regarded. 

Market Circumscribod.' 

Tlie Kaqiilmalt Water AVorks Coin- 
! l)any having the sole right to supply 
the Esquimau Peninsula and the Dis- 
tricts of Esquimau, Highland, Gold- 
Ktrnam and Malahat, the city could 
not secure an.v demand for water on 
the route from Sooke Lake, and at no 
time would the city have a mrirkfl In 
the growing Districts of , Victoria 



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only 560, this head would be ^.vlianstod 
in any power development so that the 
water could not again be used fOr- u 
water system, Goldsiream with a head 
of 1,120 at Cabin Pond b*lng In n 
different position. . " 

There seems to be an impression 
that last year's bylaw l8,i>iiulvaient to 
a standing, offer .from the B. C. lOlec- 
tric for power' from Sfxjke. _ This is 
correct so far ag^this cornpanj^ la 
obliged to take power developed from 
Sooke, but the price is not stated and 
is subject to arrangement, and in the 
event o^Tllspute to arbitration. Under 
such circumstances one of the meas- 
ure of value would i>e the then value 
of the' water "power at Goldstrenni. 
and the price fixed would hardly ex- 
ceed the price obtainable for the Gold- 
stream power, which' would lie worth 
rather mor^ jier .unit, having a greater 
head. It Is Quite true that the SooJte 
scheme will mean a considerable hum 
of money spent in labors In the neigh- 
borhood of vh** *■">' and this wonld 
be a weighty ^< iiHlderatloh If work 
were now scarce « r were llkeTyjto be 
so within the— 414'X.t few years, bhU 

this is not O'e-fJiar <^" th<» >,^ptri.n-, 

if'-'the. water question is not' promtpiy 
settled and. If, the provision of an> 



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Spei i Part 
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SATURDAY'S ATTRACTION 



.\.s is lusual.vvt' offer you .someihin)^ siiccial f"r tomoniux i Saturday ) ; 'l'crljai[)s ,.jv.e„_,.„-. 
shotilfl sav "l^xtrri Special/' fnr such Summer Blbuse and Neckwear Reductions as (juoted 

out of ilic (ii'dinary, even at "Ca!n])l)cirs.'' ■ 



Ijclou' arc scrv imicli 




^hite Lawn and Mull Blouses, embroidered fronts 

and lace yokes. Regular up to 12.90. Special, 

• Sktorday ., 90<» 



A Few Colored Tailored Blouses, up to $2.90. 
Saturday 90^ 




Corrf and Cliiffon Ruchings, 4 and 5 piecea In a box. 

Regular 35c. Saturday 10<' 

Also Neckwear, Including Chantecler and Dollar 

Princess Collars, Lace Stocks and Fancy Lawns,, 
* In colored and white. Regular 75c. Sattir- 

day .' 

Ascot Collars in hello, pink, sky, ch^m and whltf 

Regular 3.')C. Saturday '...... ii."»<* 



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Witter can be brought from Sooke the 
effect upon develjjpnjents qf all Itluds 
Is likely to bf serious, so serious as 
to even -make it difficult to undertake 
to provide the fundi necessary for 
water development. 

Sooke Lake and Leach River. 

To meet the serious objections fci 
the Sooke l^ake proposals, the sub- 
committee, consisting of Messrs. Hen.* 
derson, Meston and Fullerton. stigi 
gested to the committee the adoption 
of a plan whereby " the waters, of 
Leach River watershed should be used 
njunction with thosftVof Sooko 
Lake, attaching to Its. recomniendatio.i 
a report by Mr. Losee, to whicli refer- 
ence has already been made. 

Mr. Uurwell suggested' In his report 
the examination of Leach ifjlVer as 
being the only source from which suf- 
ficient water could be obtalned=^ 
develop power in eonnectlan With the 
wrater supply of Vlctprlar-but Mr. Bur- 
well did not commit hiniaelf to a 
recommendation. Mr. Losee states 
that the storage of Leach River water 
would be difficult, owing to the con- 
tour of.the country, unless Sooke Lake 
were used aS, a storage reservoir, in 
which case he intimates that a dam 
nearly 100 feet In height would be 
necessary; but he gives ho estimate 
of the cost of such structure, and he 
further recommends ia tunnel starting 
about 25 or 30 feet below the surface 
at a point nearly half way up tl\o 
Lake.. Siich a scheme would undoubt- 
edly Involve capital expenditure. be« 
yond any figures hitherto contem- 
plated, and an indefinite delay In thqr 
settlement of tlie water questlon.'t 
more especially as the city has. at 
present, no right— trr-take. water from' 
Leach River or to acquire Its water- 
shijd, and It. ts by no means certaiis 
that any such rights could be ob- 
tained. 

The sub-cbfmittee .state.^ that the 
storage capacity of Soofte Lake l.« 
-moxfl than douljlo the' ^rapacity of- thu 
Qoldstrcam, n\'=ier\;olrs, but this state- 
ment is^ not correct. 

Mr. L'osee ea tlniut n n - tho capacity oJ! 
Sooke I.4ike at 0,497,640,000 gallons, 
whereas the present storage capacltv 
n't Gollstream is 3,676J)00,0O0, ' whUh 
can be readily and cheaplv Increased 
to 6,lt6,opo,000 gallons whenever It 
becomes necessary, which can hardly 
be for a good many year.". 



ESQUIMALT WATERWORKS 



Attached to this memorandum will 
bo foiiiid a copy of the report of tho 
sub-c^ijnmittee, containing a states! 
ment fvfthe-pTWicnt extent of the un- 
dertaking of the Esquimau Water 
Works comriany, of wlilch t)i<> r,,p .w 
tng Is a brief summarj': 

^ '!'^'I: UMCb acres; ,all owned 

h', mpany, 'Of whi'ch IO.oro 

Ml ■ ' ,' than ' , 

\' : iiliiry t , 

UaitU.UI: .Xverage.l 70 Uu,;lui.s. 

St<irage rapaettv for spring and .sum- 
mer li' , •■: ihle 3,676,000,000 
K'llloii; ' • Increased to over 
6,000,noo,0uu gallon.-,, at a cost estimat- 
ed not to exeeed 1300,000. including ex- 
tension of ditch to Niagara creek. 

i<:ievatlon of reservoirs: The lowest 
^eservrilr is ll.'.60 feet above sea level. 

Supply: Present supply throughout 

the year lo mlllion.«« per day, which can 

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Children's Footwear 



■BWfa aj B M*,,! 



1,000 Pairs o! Childrens' Boots 

and Shoes, All Sizes.' Sale 



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Price, $1.65, $1.30 



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FLORSHEIM for, THE MAN. .250 pairs of 
this famous make, in Kid and Calf Blu- 
chers. Regular $6.50 and $8.50, Sale price... 




EXTRA SPECIAL, Geo. A, Slater's Invictus 
Shoes in Velour Calf f lid Vfci Ki^^Blttcher. 
Per pair--- ....... ^ ..%.......... ■.•.'... 




LADIESVBLACK-SUpDE BUTTONED BOOTS, 

, hand welts, American make. Regular pr^e 

$6.50. Per-^air . , . . i-.^.. .-— :r- . 




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VICTORIA DAn.Y COLONIST 



Friday, August 28, 1910 



Xlbe Colonist 



Vh» ColonUt Printing- and PubU»lilng 

Company, Limited LiaWUty. 

1211-1315 Bfoatl St., Victoria. B. O. 

J. S.. tL Matson. 



The Daily Colonist 



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li-uxing the periocl necessary to bring 
water Irmii S'lokc, how much WDukl It 
lidve ti) buy, "and' WDiild not tlie cont 
'<( this temporary suppjly be chargeuble 
uKaliist tho cost of golng'"lo Sooke? 

What are tho dlsadvai/tagos, If any, 
6t ta-kiiip the aii|iply of water fr^iiii 
1 ;^il.lsi ri'.iiii ? 

Wli.it ari' the aiivantaKes, it an>. nl 

I i.Tiiiitt iiiK' a ]'ii\,ilr .'lunpans' t>i h<.|.l 

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Friday, August 26i 1910 



THE WATER QUESTION. 



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i'i'iie.N- rail l.i 

j'tho'ilffllt. Mr 

i !'; mil .■ ■ ■ , ■ ;, 1 . I ll !., ti' , ' ■ . 

upon .1 , . ■ ,i;:.| II I ■ I ■:■ ■■:;■,'.•;,. 

to 'say, a; ' ■ i..i . . . -...imi.:!' d Mil- 

whole subjOet 111 tho light of these 
dtitu, 'if his geneml, c<3«cluslon,. wUiuh 
Is tha]t of tl^« large majority 6t ., the 
V* Icommlttee, i? correct. 



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\\ e print this iiiorniing the rer»ort 
of -Mr, J. ,1. yiialleross on tliii._jiiiea;L. 
tion of municipal water '^iriTptyr~"'Wo 
wish to convey to Mr. ShallcroBs an 
appreciation not only of the pains- 
taking; investigation, and his able 
mai^shalUng of the facts, but of the 
public spirit which he has exhibited 
in dwoting so much time ana""afi:eh~ 
tiou to this v*ry - important subject. 
For the fifst tfihe the citizens of Vic- 
toria have had all the puinci pal. fac- 
tors in thcTKise presented to them'sl-^ 
multaneously and- in concise form. Mr. 
.Slialloross has not simply accepted the 
views of one person who has reported 
upon the difficult aspects of the case, 
but has given, the substance of all 
the reports. By so doing he has pre- 
sented a case, which the citizens can 
examine and upon which thoy can 
form their own Judgment. Hlth*rta 
what we have had has been for the 
most j)arc the cpinlcn of persons who 
have not given . the ground s upon,^ 



which those opinions were basfd, o"*. 

if they have done ;i\ the\ have 

falletJo set t.ut what migrht be urgAl 



In favor of an opinion contrary to 
theirs. Mr. Shallcross exaiAnes- the 
case from all sidefs and all wn ask of 
the citizens Is that disregar*ng all 
preconceived ideas or prejudices, they 
shall investigate the facts as they are 
presented In the report and make up 
their minds accordingly. The con- 
siderations set out ther e i n ar e those 
from whlclLalone ah intelligent opin- 
ion can he formed atid It Seems to us 
to be thi6 duty of each citizen to draw 
a conclusion from these factg ifOr him- 
self and, not be satls^d to act upon 
the Ju(tement of any one else. Mr. 
ShalkrdsS^ concl ufcloua — are eitlie* 
right or wrong. U they are jWrong' 
it ought to be possible to expose their 
failajQ'; lif tKeir^ant-jrWit they <jught:, 
to prevkir M-W* yja^^Jtlzems. " • 



THC TELEPHONE BY-LAW 

We jjrint this morning a letjer ,f rom 
Alderman Mable, chairman of the 
city council, with reference to the 
Underground Telephone Bylaw. Ald- 
erman Mable reviews the history of 
tiie-rtgitation by the city -to have over- 
head wires removed. It has lastied 
nearly ten years. At one stage the 
elty was alnios^- prepared to pay. a 
shHTFe^'or the cost of placing the tele- 
I)hone -wires underground. Under tho 
pioposal as submitted the result can 
be attained at no' Cost to the city. 

jjut this offer is not open Indefin- 
ittly. The ratepayers must decide the 
question next week when the by-law 
la submitted. The telephone company 
can no longer delay its plans for new 
offices. Sha'l the overhead wires be 
placed underground at no cost to thiil.^^nVj'y needed 'tVa-Hench Vh^' counVlX^^s 



citizens, or are they to remain above 
fe-t«Mnd , u su bject- for recurring agita- 



tions throughout the life of the com- 
pany's franchise? The decision seems 
Bimple : — V^rta for the by-law and the 



poles and wires' go. 



MAKING AN EMPIRE 

Mr. Louis llainilton has an article 
in United Empire that Is Interesting 
because he presents his views on im- 
perial unification in a fresh, breezy 
way, and because he takes somewhat 
advanced ground. Most of the advo- 



cates, of the consolidation of the Em- 
pire, who have dealt, with tarUf'tmat- 
ters ,at all have claimed that there 
should only. i)e inter- imperial prefer-, 
encer; but Mr. Hamilton wants noth- 
ing Ie8s-tl>aj3_lmperl»2 free trade. He 
.ijayai:''""*' 



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In the\n»eantinie thcJlntroduction of 
a tariff In Great Britain, prior to some 



^-definite prOposkl, at least, of co nfed- 



It is not our intention to say any- 
thing for the purposfe of influencing" 
readers to a decision; but wc think, 
it not Inadvisable to state what ap- 
pear to us to be the points upon' 
which the citizens ought ' to satisfy 
themselvt>s. These .appe.-ir to us to be! 
as follow:-: 

Is It ricsirahle thanhc supply of. 
water to thft .inhabitants ' of Victoria 
and the stirrQutiiQlng districts should 
coritinue to bfe iJi part in the hands 
of a' private company? . ,," 

if, the supply of a part of the city 
is to remain In the hands of a private 

cpftjpany^s It reasonal^le to expect ,jless«n», and, more recently, Austnilia's 
that part of. the .city to bear ayy ^i» i e.xperiunce for a warning. Tariffs 



eration, might e-islly pri}re "OTiB""tin3o 
ing. of th«3 ISmpire._Nor are the rea- 
sons far to. find. Given a tariff for 
Great Britain, are we to enter into 
commercial treaties with the self- 
governing sta.tC8? Even supposing the 
most favorable rates granted by the 
different parts of the. Empire to one 
another, would such a policy be con- 
Kistent with ' Impertallsm'V? No; no 
mure than If Eugrand arid Scotland 
were to levy customs on one nnothor's 
frontiers, Trade between the States 
constituting the Etpplre'must be un- 
restricted. Tiie lowfest JoVm of pre- 
ferential tariff- "Is a restriction. We 
Bhould never become a Greater Bri- 
tain in more than uahie: We have 
Germany's past tariff rhlstory' for a. 



action lia.s bei'ii 
tUin. I 

Till' iiiii.'4.i .'^crliMi.s fire i.s ia^;liit; ,iii tlie i 
vtel.nlty of North Bella, thirty flv.' ttiile.i; 
1 list (if .Seiitlh'. t.'oinmuiiti'aihiii wlili! 
III. I'Mtli' town wa,H hist I'lii ,1 I iinfr-lo- ' 
'l.i\. 111. I fiiiniir..^ i.r 111.' uMi-.'i I'liai'.ae- I 
'■\i\'- ill I'irei-ilatlun. W '■. n !'■ vylrs.s 
• ! . I ..1 1 1 \ reeovereil 1 1 v i ! i mm il 
ll Ii" i..'\ii wa.s still sfiiy I' pi'irii.. 
• II. 1,: I . :i 1 1 ', a iarmod,' I'uVw./v ■ 
.' I '■ p: ' i.,i riiii- 1,1 SI'. I. ; ;.!'■ I \ 
. I -. 1 I" 1 1 ii:i t |.i. - 11. I lliipi 

I '' ' '11.- h.uii l..| of Taiuior'H 
III i: ..111 ..i' \..i I II I!, ■ml. wiis iiiit 'SI. 

tin i 11 II ■ \ I 111.; I , ■ .111.- (• 

'.'I' r. :■' ■ ■ .11 .1 :~.-N .■! ,11 Ml ■: lnilliU 

(her with their contents, wne 

■|'he (lenipa.iits I'ortiniately were 

■ t ■ ■■. api.. ;■ 

\ii 'ii'.r I. .1.1 111.. Ill i'.-if;hi/^ iieaV'^Tay- 

I'lr, :.". nil!..-, .■ii-.i ,i|- .Seattle. Ai! th.- 
'lien m III.- i.iwn, wlilch boasts, i-.l" a 
population of nix hundretl. dropped tl:. ir 
reyulur 'work to lild In the flKht .again.st 
the fire. Their laboi^s thus far have 
been successful, iSnly a few«s'inall build- 
ings on the outskirts ' of the vlUaj^e 
having been con«(um(«d. A fire at tin- 
head of fjake Washington.' has caused 
alarm for the safety of Bothell, Al- 
thouKh the town lis safe as Jong as the 
wind' remains Ih the west, people in tin 
outsklrt.s have, made arrangements I" 
move their belongings Into the town; 

The Washington Forest Fire A.s?(Teift- 
tion is constantly increasing Us force in 
the field, men being sept out as fast n^ 
they cari be hired. Giant powder la bit- 
ing used effectively in combatting th'" 
flames and warden Kiirions has, decided 
touse It extensively in the present bat- 
tle. Ex pert po wder .naeii are being hir- 
ed to talte charge of this work. 

I'ORTLAN'D, Aug:25— Senator Samuel 
H, Piles and Congres.'sman Humphreys 
of TWashrngtoA notified -the we.Htei'it 
Forestry and Conservative Association^ 
here tonight tljat they liad teleprophcd 
to the war department '.asking that ift 
8 o'clock tomorrow. Pacific- time, al/ 
the guns of the coast artllK'ry' througl/- 
out the I'aclflc coast bo dlsclmrRed in 
the hope of producing the rain whIch/lB 



forest firca. 



UNKNOWN DEAD 
IN G. T. 



WRECK 



( Con t In ued Fro m Pa^e One. ) 



the CMft of sec.urlnc; an lncrea.sed: sup- 
ply in' the othei 

In two or three mi'uiii.vi the l.:squi- 
malt Watcrwbrks company will be in 
ri position' to deliver 1 r.,{l()0,00O gal- 
Iiiji.s .,r Water dally --.t ii'- ''-ic- "'ii- 
: 'iasenai . ■ ■ -iLf) 

(■orni.ia,ny not to ro-arh out I'or the' 
supply of the vvhole Suburban 'area? 
, Is It rieadpnable to suppose that the 
subu rban aretis wiji_ ljfi._sall££iad ti> 
wait flw or more years until the city 
;s in a position to furnish WBtervvhlle 
a vast, quantity of Unused w'ater is 
K iiiL^^ t 1 waste' at thel)- very dobrs? 

.-Must not the burden of the' cost of 
obtaining water "from Sooke be horne 
solely hy that, part of tlie cfty which 
lies east of the harhor, and If not, how 
is it proposed to place' a part of tho 
burden upon that portion of the city 
l.which lies west of the harbor? 
* SB th» liroperty of' th© Esquimau 
waterworks Company ever likely to 
bocome less valuable than it Is now, 
and if so, why? 

Is it posaiWe to ax within a n-a.-^on- 
able margto tfte'coeit of obtaining watt-r 
fcorfi Sooke'* , ,v- 

Mr. ShallcroBH shows .what would be 
the co.strf>f obtaining- a dally svpply of. 
22,500,000 from. GohJstream. .Ho.vv,do«(s 
this compare with tfie cost of strour- 
Ing 5,000,000. 10.000,000,' 15;000.00fli, '20, ■• 
000,000 ami 22,.W0,00f> \ pnlfon?, crorn 
Sooke?. 

What win the ne.t cost of the Gold- 
stream propert y be to j,he city «her 
the"suFpltis larid of the .comjiany has 
been sold a,nd--the-pTpJr|f6(rtTm:ye been 
turned into the city treasury, and' how 



within the E^nplre- "would be Just as 

H4iculoi')3 j^nd Injurious as various 

r^'lsvay 'gauges 1n Great Brlttiin .would 

be. A tariff is a protective wall which 

should surround a whole; walls within 

wallw are mere obstructions. We 

must 1 13*^6 a . "Zollvereln.' Tariffs 

I wllhln the Empire Vould cripple her 

I cumnierce, make her vulnerable by 

; foreign enterprise, ^and— bring disseiv- 

sioii In the place of unity, 

Mr. Flam 11 ton says that "the n*ed of 
n p j- nt ert I v < > .-tafiff--i» fully c oi K'ede d 



wlUsthis 
liriiiginK 
liriilt,'( fr.. 



.t.'0'i,' 



• n,iparo 
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with Ch<» 
ctaiiy to 



ea»t . of 

tiie ."cKv 



»e coat per thousand 

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all Irpperlalists." This Is a sweeping 
statpraent, which Is not In tvccordanc^ 
with the "facts. Thousands of persons, 
who .are Jiist as arden.tly desirous of 
promoting imperial solidarity -as Mr. 
Wilson can be, are by np' means oon- 
f Id ent tha t prci^tectldn la * necessary to 
promote such a result! Indeed thoy 
fear Just 'what he sets out so. clearly 
In the above quotation, that a union 
baaed- -ttpen tariffs might destroy It- 
selj^.^ Mr. Hamilton would' find Inter- 
Impertal free trade a much ihdre dif- 
ficult matter to arrange than he Ini- 
ngihes. , it wou.lil dislocate colonial In- 
dUst^ple's to a degree that ''tjeat hatfdiy 
be measurefli .#,^ '.a^e i|0t arguing 
clthfei for or against proteetion; but 
wei shiall say that if the tJnIed Kin#- 
dort weh^ .tii.aldopt a protective tariff 
^l»I»HcaJ>Ife lii'wliole or Ih part, to the 
over-Beas Tbominions,' those persons, 
\vho believe In absolute ^local auton- 
omy, i«iOi«cliiS'not thjnlc the ijpperlal tie 
would be Weakened tlTcreby. We fear 
that if the ilnlteil Kingdom does- not 
get tiajflff tfefortn tintll the'oVer-seas 
DominlOhs' . &f iree ' fo ^nter-fr tt o 'a Zoll - 
ycroln, it would be as well to.lfet, tlie 
question drop, for It would cease to be 
one of i)Ves:enf interest The case rnTiy 
be thu.H stated In a niu shell: Let the 
people of the Ignited lyingdorn do .In.st I 
exuctiy, what in their ..(liiii-- - ' -' 
in' their owft-Htfttef,..^t., ;,,,,, 

plre will tal:' 

ind li'v 'ti> II - 



Were only eighteen persons asleep In 
the car when th-e— w*eck -oecurrBar*Xf 
the number on board was eighteen 
the six injured passengers . taken to- 
day to Flint and p.urand hospitals 
and the six bodies recovered would j 
account for twelve, leaving iix per- ] 
sons, to be accountpd forr ' j 

' Tne first section, which was known i 
as 14. had stopped because of an ac- 
cident t^j the air brakes, and Engineer 
Mitchell had crawled under his en- 
gine to locate the 4ro,uble. , Mltcheirs 
head was terribly crushed \vhen his ! 
engine was Jolted forward -by 'the j 
shock of the collision. The locomo- 
tive of .the second Section, known as 
No. 4; plowed half way through the ! 
fear of the forward train, and the lo- i 
comotlve^a firebox* set fire k> the Pull- f 
man car. The passengers In the reai 
berths h^d* »ot thfe slightest, chance ' 
to escape, "and- those not killed as thd 
i<*e«nnoilve forged through the sleeper ' 
were burn,ed_lo death. Half a dozen i 
passengers, however, seriously injured I 
were rescued from the forward i 
bert.hs. ■ \ 

The body of James McBean has nol 
been identified, but he Is known to 
have been lost in the wreck, and the 
woman and child whd have not beejn 
Identified arie helleved to be nio'ther 
and son. as the little one was found 
In the wori»an"s arms. A blackened' 
watch.'and diamond-studded, cructfjic 
and locket bearing the initials •l-i^ 
S. L." were found in the search for 
olews to ; the idehtlty of burned 
cocpsea. 

The cause of the wr6ck Is a myar 
tery and. an ln«.)uest will bo held. En- 
gineer Spencer, of the second section 
of the train, said that he. was almost 
on top of the first section when he. 
heard the torpedo signal that there" 
was, a train standing on the track' 
ahead of hlni. ;An exploded torpcdc. 
was found today, fifty rail length.*?, or i 
J. 500 feet from the scene of the coF- I 
llslon, and Assistant Superintendent ' 
Eureka of- ,th« Grand Trunk said i 
that the second section., could havn ! 
been stopped In 800 feet. Brakeman 
O. R. Graham. '•of the second section, 
asserted tNit he went b^ck with the I 
torpedo at least a quarter of a mile 
The wreck was characterised byj the 

road .disaster at midnight. Fnrmei^s 
who .lyin from their homes to a.ssist 
In the work of rescue were held back 
by the flames and compelled to stand 
helpl ess witnesses of the roasting of 
a human body, while another fell to 
pieces before their eyes. Supt.' Eureka 
esthnated that there^ were .1-7 passen- 
gera' qn the car. 



PORT MANN WORK 

ON LARGE SCALE 

(Continued From Page Orte.) 



Dotnlrilon tind Australia, Central and 
expiin.slon of commerce between the 
South America a-nd the. Orient, William 
Maekenzle and his associate, Bonald D 
Mann are credited with having made 
the optimistic assertion that at certain 
seasons, of the year .the mere hatidUng 
of export grain from the. prairie prov- 
inces seeking an otitlet via the Pad- 
flo and the volume of lumber ship- 
ments bound east will tax; the re- 
■Houre-js of the three Canadian trans- 
continental rallvvays. 

Under the revised plan the business 
and residential section of Port Mann 
win be .shifted back to tho sloping 
hilslde. extending southward .In a 
aeries of terraces. Along the tw© riille 
wnterfront sites Will be reserved fori 
wharves, grain elevntors, firel,ght sheds 
and factories.- .Surveyors are,., still at ' 
work loc.'illng the boiindarles 'of the i 
towni:i>te as - a preilniinary to under- j 
taking' the subdivision ol the bbr area I 
'into lots. The task will be J)nished ■! ' 
ajnple time to permit of the ain-ii-i, 
•''■lie. ill' ifii.s properly to be li.-ld jii,. i 
tills I'.il! |.\- the 'r.^lwav (■nm));nn- ' 



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W'h.i: 
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tin-- company'.' 

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' ■ ni' niit inK long years, 

I'""'- '■ !i' 11 "I.: .'iitlmslasts out on. 

the edge of things considered It worth 

tlilrikinp; about. 



Ill '.vliarl' will l-- 



h.M we.'.i I " ■ ■ : . iilliwuck, a 

distance • i ..y ]„ pro- 

gress. A ri'tnrn nv-ei vr-i| f.iilay j-)y the 
chief engineer shows that SSOnieji are 
employed by the varfou.s siib-eontrac- 
tor.-i' along the route through the Fraser 
riser valley. ' • 



aSBS£ 



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WEILER BROS. 



* 



COMPLETE HOME 
FURNISHERS 

Gooernment St., Victoria, B. C. 



WEILER Br6s. 



New Wedgwood Tea Pots 

Something a Great Many Women Have Been Waiting for 



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Ht.'1'c' i^ ^-1 iiiicl liiiii;- a .^'I'f.'i 
thosjeni'1-t inipujar W fdi^'w '»(i 
hig'li]}- ;;' 1 . '1 ^-Khmi «-r ).)liic. 

These liiiiH' are .very attniclivc, am 
all priced easy. 

TEAPOT.S at 75c to 40c 



lunilicr of Victoria h()n.iekeei)er.s have 1)een waiting fur-r-'a shipment of 
u>a])ols ami sugars and creams. ^Ve refer tO^.tjtjose a'ttrac.tivc lines in 



the Iniish i.s' 



^Cc the \\ 



specially good „with plgjasing colors^ _And i hey are 

SUGARS at 50c and 40c CREAMS ^t 30c to 20c ^^^'-'''^"^ 

lave.niany otherl VVedgwood productior^s herd Don't fail to-^ec "wh^t we offer, a'ndfcpe(i;ia1ly ^ 

'cdgwood Blue Jas])er, ""^ -• '"'■ _. ' '- 



CRIB SIZES IN NEW DOWN QUILTS 



Our adyjajice^^ipment of jiew Pall ideas in do'vvn -quilts inclufitrcl a splendid selgctipn of crib sizes. Th 
now ready "for you in the /l^edding department 'of the second floor, and if there's a ei4b or cradle in ytnir lion 
should be interested in this display. _ " _ 

.\ down rjiiiltis'W'arm. and light and far the most sanitary atfd^esirable bed covering for little folios as well 
"grCvwH-ups." These are by far the daintiest crib down quilts we* have shown, and we shall, be pleaded to show y 
the lot. You' ll find them on the second floor, . ' 

CRIB Qmi^f ■ '■ rf», ^^ CRIB^.UIX^T___. 

3x4 feet 



ese are 
me. you 



as 



ou 



3x2 feet. ,../'. .$1 .50 

Covered vvitlV finest I'ranch Art Sa- 
teen. A very attractive pattern. Best 
quality down/ Well made. Priced 
Ifghtly at 

$1.50 



A specially dainty pattern in fine 
French Art Sateeji, makes this ade- 
sirable quilt. Best quality down. 
Priced at — - 

$2.25 



^ RIB Q UILT - 
3 X '2 feet, . . . 
-A — handsome 



*p«j.iii5 

fjitih. covered with 
plain silk with brocarle i)anels. Filled 
with best quality dowii. Workmanship). 
the best. .\i— - 



_ $3.25 

SEE^ OU.R NEW DOWN QUILTS-FULL SIZE-AT $13.5d TO $20.00 



LIBRARY SUITE-.-3 PIECES-PRICED AT $34.50 

Settee, Arm Chair and Arm Rocker in the Early English Finish 

If you are contemplating the purchase of a Library Suite and do not wish to spend a 'great deal of 
money in the buying, we suggest an inspection of this suite. 

Frame is of Early English Oak Finish, of stylisfi design and strongly made. It is upholstered in 
either green or rriaroon "Boston" leather. Suite consists-al.settee, arm rocker and arm chair— three stylish 
pieces, and rightly pi^G#d at $34.50. > 



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.Ladies' I:5ecretaries 

Great Variety of Styles Now * 

A convenient desk is certainly a desirable piece of furni- 
ture for the home. A place to store and keep the writinjg 
"rnaterials and a comfortable place to write, should be a 
feature of your home, / 

This present stock of ours shows a broader and better 
assortment than we have heretofore shown, and if you do 
not already possess a ladies' desk, we strongly advise an, 
inspection of the display now shown on the third floor. 

We have some real attractive designs in — 




Golden Surf ace ^Oak" 
Early English Oak 
Mahogany Finish 

~f*riced from . . . . •. ....,:. 



Golden Solid Oak 
Circassian Walnut 
Polished Mahogany 

......$12.00 



Smart Music Cabinets 

It doesn't matter what style of piano you may "have, 
you'll find something here in the music cabinet way that'll 
match it in wood and style. 

And the prices are so reasonably fair, there's no ex- 
cuse for storing the music on the top of the piano or on the 
floor. . 

Come up to our third floor and have a look at some of 
thesft . stylish miisic cabinets — see those in mahogany, in 
■golden oak, in Mission- and in' Circassian walnut. Some 
with doors, some with drawers, some with just shelves. 

All easily priced, with the figures starting at— 

$8.00 



Something very nice in the low-style cabinei at $14.00 
O and $12.00. 



THE NEWEST OF OUR 17 "OPEN-STOCKS" 

We have, just put into stock a charming "open stock" pattern in china dinnerWare. This is a set from one of the lead- 
ing. Austrian potteries and is of a superior quality. The decoration is a pretty Bridal Rose effect, in pink and is unusually 
pleasing. The shapes are newest and altogether it is a most "likeable" set. 

if you want something dainty in a china dinner seryice, yet something you qan add to or match at your pleasure, we 
advise a selection from our stock of this newest addition. - ,, 

Choose the set we have selected or choose just those pieces you wish. .For such splendid ware you'll find the prices 

. . ' ' ' ■ 

A 101 -Piece Combination in This— Foi' $30 

We have made a set of lOi pieces from this new china "open stock" for those who are reacly to purchase a service of 
ample "proportions.," We have selected everything necessary to "set" a liberal. sized table. If' there's^anyJthing in the list 
vou 4o not wish tfii purchase, we shall be pleased to make a proportionate deduction. 

The lor pieces £or-$30;00. , ■ , - 



easy. 




iat Plates, 6in. 
Flat'Platcs, 8iji. ' 
^oup Plates, yYi'm. 



12 Fruit Saucers. 
12 Individual Butters. 
I Flat Dish, loin. 
I Fl4t Dish, i2in. . 
I Flftt Dish- I6in. , 



I Soup Tureen and Cn\ er, 2: 
pieces. ' , 

1 Saucie Turten and Cov€!r,.2 
- pieces. 

2 Qoyer Dishes. 



Teas and Saucers, 

Or Here Is a List— Choose Your Needs From These 



I Sauce BoatrloosE stand, ir 

pieces. 
I Covered Sugar,. lat*ge size. 
I Cream, large size. 
I Slop Bovvl. 



Plates from, p»r,dozc!n, ,$4:00 to $2.00 

Soups, 75'^fnt7 per dozefi . . $3.75 

Coup* Sout>s, per dozen $3.50 

Teas and Saucers, pbrdbzen. . $1.00 

Fruit Saucers- per dozen ..... .$1.75 

Flat Dishes ftom, eaclft, $2.50 to 90< 
Sugars af^ e^cli ...:.. " 75^ 



Cream at, each 35^ 

Slop Bowls,- each 50(^ 

Butter Dishes, each . . : . . .... .$1 .00 

Soup Tureen and Cover, each ^ .Si>3.50 

Cover Dishes, each .......... $1^.-5 

Sauce Boats and Stand, each. .$ 1 .25 
Sauce Tureen and Stand, each. .$12.00 
-Cake Plates, ;each .75<^ 



IridividuaT Butters' 'per .dozen. .$1.00 

Covered Sugars, each 5()<* 

Salts and Peppers," each , 15c 

Creaips, each: . , , .....'..... 35<^ 

Egg Cups, iKT dozen .$1.50 

'T'-^^nol Stands, each 2,5^* 

Coffee Cups and Saucers, do/.on $(f.00 
Mustard Pot and Spopn, each. . , .25^ 



Out-of-Town 
Orders 

Packed and 

Sliippcd I'Lce. 




Ladies* - 

U.se Our 

Rest 

Room 



FAMED FOR FINE FURNITURE 



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"riday, August 26, 1919 



VICTORTA DAILY COLONIST 



September 
Records 



Now Delight Visitors to tlie 
Montelius Edison and , 
Victor v'Parlors 



n 



n ncl ini^- 



1 .1 !\H'ly I will I 
M(( 'III (.'ini > W in 



ccing the 
'.abie§ in. the 
'l"\v, Awftit-^...;: 

in? Adoption by..somc g;Qod_,, 

\ ictori'a Faniil}-. 

The L,atest ^ncl ' Jicst,. =©i- 
F.N-crythfn,cf'l!iltistcaI''ik Air' 
ways i'oiind at tfi^ " 



MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE. LTD. 

1 104 Government Street 
iMrner Fprt ^t. Ter44 



SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 

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i..iiu\i.i' lur ii (la> "I iwx. 

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Ciiris, Puffs, Brald» and 

Transformations In all 

Stylei at 



MRS. KOSCHE'S HAIR.4- 

DRESSING PARLORS 
'Phon© 1175 Doutrlas St 



Real Lace Shop 

Ijaees and insertions in -white 
ecrul, cuffpe, b'lai'Ii and ponK<?» 
COlortb: from 20c to $5.00 yard. 

1214 Broad St. 



iMrs. llipldc»ii i)f Viun'miypr is mnk- 
tnfii; a slmri visit witli frientis lien-, 

•Mile. iMartm of Varwouv**', li ^^ifliMif 
day gueat .of Mrs. 'RoK.er Wllby. 

■ '..._■■'■., • • • * •-■ ■■■ '• 

. Mrs. VVillladi iMcCnrler of Unloii 
Buy is' visiting: Victoria friends. 

'—■. ■ '• * ,« ^ .• ■ 

Mr. Jwijfeph F. Fox left yesterday for 
Kngliind via llip Koithern, Pacific Rnd" 
llut> Coihiirdci' . Carniania. v.. ., 

. « • • ■ '^ . ■ 

Mr. taa^Mra. Sy. Jl Ruckcr lett-:y^Sr 
terdiiy" on a trip to the East, taktrigy 
In Vellowslone Pai'k' enroule. 

Mrs. F. A. Thomas iBft yesterday 
via the Northern Pacific on her re« 
turp t«j her' home at Pullman, Wash 

_ — .■ « , • , 

Miss < Tlwtf i «a <« J < jhh8 on has returned 
to Seattle after spending: a few days 

with Misa Renouf, Oadboio BUy. 

« M « 

Sir Richard •Musjrravc, a brother -.(n- 
liUv of" Mr. James Dunsniillr. Is revls- 
itiivg VJUoria. his formemtimre:" 

•Mr. Xeil F. Mackay; Ar.~T. P.. in- 
ii-nds paying . nn visit to Kaslo, his 
tonstltiiency, J» the near, future. 

* • • 

Mr. and 'Mrs. 'HeM, who have been 

visiting wHh M-rs;- Dratnic, Vancou- 
ver, have returned home. 

• • • 

_ 'Mrs. Jumes Thoni.son.^ Jiianager for 
the H. B. Company iiere is visiting 
Prince Rupert. 



Mrs, Gabriel lias left for Union Uay 
on a visit to lier si8ter-ln-la^v^ Mr t i. 



L'. M. Fox. 



Mr. J. ('; Pcniberton ami Air. C G. 
Duncan have returned from a visit to 
AJbernt. — ~*~'' 



Madame Russell 

shampooing and ' 

Manicuring 



';and all kinds of . hair , woiWt mil** ^° 

ordiT ' '' " 

715 COUKTENAY ST., PHONE 1836. 



Dr. ^Tnest iHali is vlsitlns |'rin<ie 
Rupert In the interest of the.Scotti Aet 
• ampaign; y 

,•■•.• 

Mi*s. Harold Xewby of K«lo\vna. Is 
paying a six weeks'~\ i.sit to friends 
ht'ro. . 

• ' • * 

Mlira Stevenson is a, visitor this' 
weHc in Vancoinor. tin- guest of the 

Alisses iSpeace. , 

• » , • 

Mr. KJ.- Jr.:^Avt> the popularrVancou- 
ver tehor. has returned to the 'Main- 



land after a ptoasant visit of a week 
with •'ViotdBla jrrlend.s. 

. . = -, 1.- .',. •. '• • 



yir.-. I '.US. .11 .iii.i Alias ,l«ieJ4 ''C^''- 
«'>.)()(■ Victoria are dji a" vlsR to Vun- 
couyor friends 

y '■'.\. ■■ .' . .'■' • •■ > ■ ■■' V : ) " 

.IWllte' Steverijron- of Vletorra 'Is 
spondlnK a week or two In Vancouver 
as the guest of the Mlsdos Spence. 

-■ tItrlf'Mna Mrs: A.' ll--MftcN«Uir'of 
Vancouver, have been fenjojiiiif a, trlj> 
to Victoria and Seattle, ' , - 

* '•- • " "-','■•*'" 

.Mr, an^. Mr«. -^BUifi <Soritk>,Boad. 
gave a small luncheon i)arty yester- 
day to a few ,of their friends. »' ,. 
' •■ ■ -»"';-* •;-i»'^":' ..:%, | ,- 
. Mr. Herbert Watson who m^ been 
spending the pA^t few weeks at Oak 
Bay. left for Tacoma yesterday. 



Si lea Nelta Watson who has been 
the gueist'Ol her aunt for the past 
nianthp~i!«turn«Kl to to^Vn yesterday. 

• « * — -.- 

Mr. R^_S. Coxpn from Vancouver Is 
In town on .a busiijMs visit ahd is a 
guest at the Empr^^ss. 

e ♦. • 

Mr. A. V. Ke.iah of A'ancouver, who 
ha.s been. siK^iniina .a fXnv days in 
town, return : n \Vodn<f3day even- 
ing. 

♦ ■ ♦ • 
Superintendent Bcasley. of the 18, 

& N. railway, 1» up the line on a tour 
of lnsi>ectii>n. He l.s expected to ar- 
rive^ imc^i tonight. 

■ ♦ • ♦ 

Among recent arrivals from Eng- 
land who are guests at the Empress 
are:^r. C. IX Williams. , Air. C. Wit- 
Hams, Mr. anjj Mrs. Allgav, and Mr 
F. E. Taylor. 



Among >itsltora in towp at presertl 

/New York are toclaasor^-jH ,•. 

and Mrs. Kulpor. Mr. W. H. Hunt, 

Mrs. D. Van Keep, and Miss Mamie 

\ anKtSep, and— Madame Waldeck. 

■ « ■ • ♦ ^ ' 

Mr. and Mr.s. E. J. EnthaKeiL.JIi8V(j 
arrived in Canada oh their "returtt-f 
from. England' -where they spent the 
past three months iuid Are, 0:1 their 
Wa,v,tii, th.' Coast. -, 

Mr. , and Airs. J»{, P; Gordon lefit on 
Monday for the ^st H'herft thev will 
place their younge.st son In coilcjje.' 
after which fhey will make an extend- 
ed tour of Europe .' 






Mr. and Mrs. A. M- Allfrev who 
havp been makyjIT ii,a cxtendea visit 
here with friends. ie« yesterday via/ 
. ^^*' ^or.thf'rn PaMfl,.- on their return 
Mr, 1VY(>d Huniber. formerly "f this lo .New Yorl reiuin , 

.<;iL.\ and. ji<y(v' a;,pros»pcrou« briok munu- | 

►vturcj.' aC^okane. Is'ri'vi«it!!i:r his 
t"(irmer hoiMi. : • 

r "• ■■ ^^ • *■ • 

.\!r. and Mr*. A. 11. AlacXoill. of 



Fruit Jars and Fruit 
Jar Rubbers 



.Ecohomy Sealers, jiiiiti? i>er doz. 
Sl.:;.'^^ iiuarts . . . . ... . .|1.50 

Seal -Fast JarS( i,)int.<!i per doz. 
.1: 1.2,". : ■ quarts . . . , .. , . .-T.^130 

Ball .Fruit Jars, itlnts'i^er doa. 

>,:,v: quarts ' . . . . .V|1.00 

Fruit Jar Rubbers, 3' doz. for 25c 
VVe liave somn extra choice prc- 

ser\'in.g Peaches at per 

mate $1.15 



A. Pool, Grocery 

ii_:; Vate.«. .St. Grocery. 

TMi.-in'- 11- 



Vauniu.ucr. have returned home, nf- 
< I 'a very enjoyable vacation at, the 
iljna!. ■. ' , 



'Miai "Flora Mann has re.turhod "from 
Vancouver, whet-e she • has been for 
the past lew weeks the gu^St of Airs. 
DraUile. 



Miss Emma Price, of the KingJiJ 

to- V 



printer's department, Is leaving to 
• morrow for' the Mainland ph a short 
vacation. 

• * • 
Mr. L. H. Plummer returned ycster- 
driy by the P.-lncess V'ictorla from an 
■ . xtondcrt business trip to Vancouver 
;iiul Seattle. 



Miss Rcnii Greenway, who has been 
visiting in town for several, months 
left yesterday to r'esume her studies In 
Torohto. 



rion. \V. T. Marshtleld. of AlbaUvV,. 
\ew York, with Mrs. Marshlield, Is 
\ i.stting Victoria., He propojics shortly 
taking up his residence ot^ this side of 

■■rder. ' ' 



Sir Wilfrid's Compliments to the Ladies of Victoria 

I'lirlnt" his vi.sit to Llii."* city, Hir Wiifrnj l,,auri<'r MaUl that lii* had jiqvci- 
seen «. town the slzw of Victoria with as many beautiful women. Now 
laoies. keep up your reputation. Remember your hands should be a 
part of your, beauty ft* well an your facf. -X phon** call- will bring 

Mrtlle, Eflytlie ( !Vlaiiiciirlf;( j »i nn.c Imur i>f lli" il.i\ I'liono l.-i!::^ 



Air. V. A. <,).-"-MtT--t\ho rcturinfd A-es- 
terday from an ex feruled trip «». Eng- 
laiid' and the ('tSitlncnt., visited the 
Brussels exhim|Tfen bclorc the , fire. 
His trip lasted over thre e nmntbf — ^ 
• • • ■«. . • X 

Mrp. George Gh l t o n and family left 
ye.storday via the Xorthenf-pircfrtc 
for Alontreal whence tbcg t - wi lj sail on 
the <•. Ny f;. uner R«>yal George for' 
an extended Visit to England. . 



.H • ■• 



< onstable H. B. Dbllv and Geoig*. 
i\e8t left ye8t^^day for New Yorii 
whence they wW sail on the (Mmarder 
l.usltania on a trip to the Old Conn- 



COME-SEE 



We ask the pleasure gf show- 
ing you biir handsome new 
models in Fall Suits and Over- 
coats. While we are already 
noted for having the best 
clothes, Wie've rather outstep- 
_^ ^ped ourselves this season ijfi 
provi di ng lot* our trade, and we want you^ ^'See." 

The idea of selecting clothes Wh€f« lllfe 
thing but the best clothes to select from, where every 
i:^arment is fairly priced and you are sure of getting 
a full HUM sure of clothes quality for every dollar you 




pay. is a good idea, to .say the least, and a feature of 
thi*^ store that if fully appreciated by all its patrons. 

Sec Now — Buy 'it Your Pleasure 



ALLEN & CO. 

FIT-REFORM WARDROBE 

I 20 1 Government Street Victoria 



Mr. H. M. Alillic. >.i K.jiuvna. is en- 
joying a siiimmcr vacation on ^the 
coast, intending to spend some days 
In each of the cities of Victoria, Van- 
couver and Seattle. 

Mr. W. (Erickson of Albeml is vis- 
iting the city. He cfime out over the 
road b£_ bicycle as far as nanalmo. 
making the run from Albernl to the 
Coal city In nine. hours. 
'»,•♦.' 

Among tl^e iiiiin,\ Wln'nilJeg visitors 
novv in town' are: Mr. and Mrs. K. H 
Hall. Mr. .1,. T. Sntten. Mr. and Airs'. 
J. Reed, Mr. S. H. «bavc, Mr,, and 
.Mrs, M. C. Short. Mr. S., T., Dcaft, and 
Mr Mn.I :Mrs r, y, Grahame. 

• •» • 

.Mr. and Mrs. Haley West •from 
Belll.-igham. who have been speudinr 
a few days in VlctorUi with relattvc.-i! 
are going to leave on Saturday for li 
motor trit) to Na>ialroo and nelghbor- 
luifid. ' 

• • ■ • 

Mrs. D. G. McOurdy'Cnee MI|« N. 
Heyland) received on Tuesday at her 
l>r*tt.y home in Vancouver frtr the 
first tim<» since her marriage; -which 
took place Iri Victoria a few weeks 

I ago. She .had a great number of via- 
itors., \ ■" 

i '"'•■•. 

I. Hon.. Thomas Tayjor, provincial min- 

il^ter of works, is leaving today on a 
idlt tothe Queen Clraj-loitc T.^l.-mdv, 

^ .i>on which, h.! will be accompanb'd 1.,' 
.Mr. William Alanson. reproHentative nf 
lli<» district In the provincial IcgiHiii- 
tin-"'. ' 



.Mr, and ..Vlis. M. P. Gordon.have lopt 

on an exterVded tOnr, their Inimcdiiito 

de.stlnatlon Aiclng th.- cities ot'East'^rn 

( 'anada andl the Cnlted atates. T'hence 

they will frfo to lOuroiJo. returning bv 

way of the «ue«, India andi the Orient 

I 'f ■*' ■'.*' ' ' 

Mv- .Mnses Ii: ) ('otp^-orth,( after com- 

iibnitig liiyiiuiilts ofythe )iw|)ok8 of Xmv 

Westminster and (Bu'rnaby icorpnra- 

.^'^""Sa^'*''!'' left on Y visit to Rnglarnl. 

"TTg purpose's returning ere long wltli 

his family to take/up his- resldfiir.. ii, 

ihl« i»H>vlnco,- 

■ '".'■ ' * » » 

.Mr. Herbert Carmichael, provlncint 
Hiialy.st; and assaycr.. is visiting Hell;i 
i''i..la Jul- the purpo.<<c of lojikiiig an 
examination -of the minitig properilc 
of the distrU-t. ,\s a result 'of tin 
vIhU a 'bulletin i-<'j>i(rt ofitlio dislri. 
uil! probably be issued by thcinin. 
(It^liartniiMit at an early date. 




BoTTi^D AT TMC SrniHCfi, BuoA Pnr. Huncar-, 



Kimonas and Dressing 

Sacques 




LADIES' KlMONAS,+aValf'w(i6i, eiderdown, twnedbaclc cuffs, cord, trimmed, full 
length, in grey and cardinal, each ......... .j,. .... . . ..'... $5.75 

LADIES^DRESSING SACQUES,T)f^H wool, eiderdown, white flannel tfimmed, colors 
grey, pink, cardinal and light blue . , rr . . . . ^ .7. . . . , .$3.00 



EIDERDOWN AND BROCADED FLANNELETTE, suitable lor making kimonas 

« «ind dressing sacques . ' ^ ,__ 

ALL WOOL EIDERDOWN, in .i good hcaw 
and cardinal, pef^yard . 



fjualitv. in ^'rcv. pink, cream, light blue 
'....'..' .....: .."..50^ 



FANCY BROCADED FLANNELE TTE, in I'aislcy and, floral designs, all colors, 
• hcavN' qualil y. per yard. 30c and .,. 20^ 

■ CORD GIRDLES FOR KIMONAS IN AL L COLORS 



Or«s« Good* and Dress- 
making ■ apeciafty. 'A 
large and expert staff. 



Thom»on'» 
ting Corsets. 



Glove Fit* 




1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 




Latest Ideas In High 
class exclusive Millinery. 

Dent's Gloves. 

Pi/lorley's Hosiery. 

Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh 
Underwear. 



/^"^ONTINUES with unabated earnestness. We have marked 
^^-^ prices at such figures that every mother and father can- 
not help ton^ing to US. Here's an example of how you can 
economize. ~ , " . 



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,The iiind that rcgularh sell from $4 to ?;ti 

NOW RkDLCef^T^ 



Boy s' Suits 

$4.50, $4.00, $3.50, S3.00, $2,50, $2.00 



Men's Suits 



v$22.oo. lj>2O.0ol $}8.O0' $15.00 $i;2.0o and . 

. V NOW REDUCED T ^ 



SlO.QO 



$16.'50, $15.60, $12.00, $10.00, $8.00, $6.00 



Youtlis' Suits 



Which regularly sell, at from $6.50 to 

NOW KEDUCED TO 



$18.00 



%\]d^ %0^ $69 $cl5 ^4-5 4)3 




Ri^yr Wi^^^^ Blouses and J^ash;^-.Suits have been brought down to. $1.25, 
$i; 60c/'50e; ; Boy?' Shirts I irOO Men's Hats $2.50 to $1.50. 

, Boys' Caps* 35c to 15c. ^ 



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McCANDLESS BROS. 



557 JOHNSON STKEP7r 



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Friday, Auytist 26, 1910 



LOGGERSV SUPPLIES 




vvc Larry a very coivi|)lcnc stock o£ ' 

The RIGHT FtiND 

Blocks, Chokers, Grabs, Wire Ropes, Chain, Etc. 

WE INVITE INSPECTION 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 

The Shipciiandlers,' , - ' 1206 Wharf Street, 



NEWS OF THE CITY 



Farmvrt' Inttituta Establi»tied 

'I'll!.' I'st.'ililiHliUH'Mt i>( a [•■iiriufrs' 
Liistltute lor ("oluinbla liurdc.ii.s, l''ruit- 

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P<Mul <1'< )rfilli' tins Ikumi 
ilir pi ii\ inciii 1 (^1 r\ criiiii', 111 



Tenders Are Invited 

Till'li I .-< h,i \ r Ih-cii I U 1 il ■ il 
|ii I. , iiM i:i I p.iPlir w .irk'< ill 
I III 1 III- I I «-i liMii 111 nc\\ ,-Ji hill 
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Applies For 

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I'riMi I 

|/lii;aU'>li III I I,. |.m ill. 

lor a reuulU ul' loU cubi 
per spcutkV llo\v*'io h't 

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Water Record 

III' I 1 1 1 ■ I ■ 1 1 \ 1 1 ! 
. Ml. I'll liiriiial ai' 
II ill! I ' I .1 iilliDi'ilii.-; 
In I III \vatt;r 
i:iU.n from 
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THE WEATHER 

AU'lcuruloKlcal (M'flof.' Niilmiii 1 : 
: ■"> I'. III. AUKU>*l l.'i, \:>\ii. 

<\ M )r.'^l.< ,..._. 

\ l"^^ .1 li.i-- nun i-,| i(,.u n i ],,. , , 

III !.■- Mil". . en I III I III SI III I h'lii .111' 

nil • . ■ liu'iil ha.s i-:i ii.-.i-,l , ,|.-. I ,.,i ^.,■ 

I ■ !!■• ill IJril l,-;!i I 'iiliiiiPrM ill 1 . , 

I ' I I I il i 1' !l ;| I ' ;i I I.! • I 1 1 ^; i .. ■ l .' .i i - 1 
I mil I IK; 1.. I m i-i'li I I .1 i Hi I I.I ;. I' .1 
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I. 1 II ' . .1 ' . . : . Il ■;. IM'ltl I V , 

1:.'. K I.- V. I I,,, jirulrii- ] 

:i' ' P ; .1 - I.. ■ \> it 11 inoclei 

II I pi ! .1 1 iiret:. 

tMmpkkatuuh 

' , Min.' 



Mil 



Improvincj Alborni S.chool 



^ ' I.I, 15. <.'. . , , 

Vancouver ..... 
.VCW- U'cslniltist. 
Kitiiiloiiji.s 
tittrlterv.lUe r 

Prince pupori 



'I'lie (.;t)iuraLi lor tluy eriii.'Uoii of an.' Calgary, Alia 
i'liilition aiiid .for genvral iiiii)ro\N;nitulHj.-S'i-aulpt'g;, Man. 
U« the Anxirni puhllo soIioiUh hasj boea J'prUand, Q]fSr~T 
a warded To B. Worain, of Alberiil, who. bah' P'l-anclaco 
has already begun fin'; wokIv.,' Ho csj- 
I)o(ts to have his oontravt I'ully cbm*!-: 
iiic'tori within foiir wfteJte. . 



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Don't Over look Ordering Your 
Peaches Now — 



I'.y doing: this you are assured of getting the b est. A splen did 
stock of extra large free stone Preserving Peache.>*; are rcadv 
for immediate delivery at, per Crate. $1.15. . % ■ 

Plums, per basket— TT. .-7—- .20c 

Greengages, per basket 25c 

Grapes, per basket,' 20c and . . r: .^ . 35c 

Concord Grapes, per lb i5e 



Concord Grapes, per bask-pi 
Cooking Apples. (1 lbs. 

Pears, 3 Ib-s ....'. 

Pumpkins, per lb. ..... 



85e 
.25c 
.250^ 



H. 0. KIRKH AM, GROCER 

Corner Fort and Donolas Phone 



T78 



Will Not Move Off !c« 

Official intimattop has i>een sent to 

Mr. .1. A.. Fraser,- Mx^fedP- .fc»r Cariboo, 

tjttthe effect that it la not the present 

rintentlon of the gorci'nment "to remove 

I tlu land office from UarUervlUe to 

i J'qrt tieofge. althoiierli a land jifflce 

I will be eijuabllshed at the promising [ 

iiLW iipi)er I'Ya^er city. ^___. 



i^al. ... . 
KDRKCAST 
f'^or J( iniiirs from 6 a.m.- .(Pucfflo 
tini6)„l<.'riiliai: ' " • -^ . 

Vlclorlo an<J ,\^tin|t.V— MsiU. n« mod- 
erate wlnd,«. KcneraUy fair wiUi not 
irmcli. ohauKe in iemperuture. 

I-ower Rlalnliind— Iilirl>( io_.,iii'oae,raie 
«inii«, ffpfifrjUly f^iir and warm, 

___ . _ THL'ftSDAY.' 



ijiBiH-^i . ^-.— , 

I,.OWC.Sl ...... 

! Mean .y. . . 

Himuljine B hours. .13 mlniii> 



A SPECIAL 
DISPLAY 



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BLOUSES 

CORSETS 

SHAWLS 

ALLOVER APRONS 

SHOPPING BAGS 

BELTS, UNDERWEAR 



And \ar.iouiS 
of wliildi wc 



oilier lines.' ill 
art- off.cr-in)>- al 



45c Each 

Come ,9,nd'iselect .some .of 

the bartiains. 



GJ. Richardson & Co. 

Victoria Hou»» 636 J^^ates Si. 



Precious Stones 



\\ liei| purcha.sing geinsthe fnsf osseHt.ial is qjLiaTity, for 
(|iuility is remembered Ibng arftSe^ th'fe^ prree' is /prgbttcir. *" 
O^r 48 yeai-s' '■e}c|.>erien.ce is' sufficient gviaf^intee. ahai ;•; 
>^iock uf„gcms stands a,)d.ne in life absolute' superiority.. 

^CoiTipari.soiit with others liroves thju our pi'icc'H are'a.slo'A 
as any ]and lo^i'er thao m^"}'- ." 



REDFERN 

lopg Government Street 



& SONS 

^ Victoria, B.C.' 




THB-PI^IVliER'S TOUR 



Nomination Goes Forward 
Tiie sessions of tlu' biirtliultuf.al j 
bparil were oonelnded yVi»torday, row- j ^ 

tine oct-upying the mem In-rs Until tlioL, _. . . .. - .^"■■■' . ^ 
close. A nomination has Ik-en inailo ""*"• '^"=^";;'' McBnde to be Entertain 
U a gentleman to succeed the late! «'' at quesnel— Cannot Accept 

«'apt. Peter Klliston upon the board,! Hevejgtok elt Jn vitation 

and this nomination will pr«rt>ably be I ' 

eohsldered IVy th^- executive at lis I 
meeting on the 7lh pro,\inA>. 



City to Be Represented 

In conneetion with the protest of In- 
ttrested patroTTi5- ajralnst the alleiri'd 
I InadeQuaeji-^f service proviiied liythe 
j Victoria & Sidney Railway Co., tht> 
t ity of Victoria ha.« aal<ed leave to l>e 
lepresented at the hearing Bet by the 
I lovindal execVi'tlvt- fortfthe 7th Sep- 
timber. The re()uost will be allowed. 

j To Announce Oemtfnotration Orchard* 
i Mr. \V- K. 8cott, deputj minister of 
I .igricuitiire, has announced tliat wltb- 
I ill the ensuing thirty days the sit»^s 
j for the demon.-»tratioii orchards 
j ihroughout the province de.clded upon 
; in legrislaMon of hist session will be 
j derided upon and made j»iibUc. . Thf 
demonstration or eHpcrimehYal orcli- 
ards will number twenty in all. 



Premier McBride^^ill be eiUortalii- 
ed at Qtiesnel on the eveninK of the 
;{Oth fnstanl— upon Itle return frcju 
l-'ort OeiirKf and i>eyond — at a public 
meetiriK to be I'oHowed by a smoking 
»'oncert. The premier left Ashcrofi t»n 
Tuesday nlBlu last, and was lasteven- 
intj ban»iuetted at t'ort (ieorge. The 
premier alsi> adilresses a public meet- 
ing at the 1.10- Jlih— Houpe^-Jt-litAbeen i 
found impos.sibic for him to accet>t4 
the invitation, ot the Revelstoke board 
i i«f trade to oxt< nd hijr-trip from TetP 
Jnuiu' Cache t" Revelstoke by way of 
the canoe and' tlie Columl>ia river. 
Shortness of avaltabl« time was the 
s( Ic .reaaoQ of the declliiatlon. 



™= MIKADO 
BAZAAR 



Japanese Fancy 
Goods 

Special sale . lor Uamboo Blind, 
8x8. $1.25. and Cx7 75c. 

1404 Gov't .St. Cor. Johnson 



Menaced by Powder Magazines 
A petition has, been addressed to tjw 
1 pr<»vinclal authorities from the com- 
munities of Oreeiiwood, Anaconda ami 
Deadwood, directing attention to. tl.. 
dsnger in which these towns are pim • 
b.\ the proxlmiitj of powder mag.i 
zlnes.^ Thefcceril forest fires were; 
, kept with the greatest difficulty from . 
■ dcf^troyrng the , magMzines, and hehce I 
I the sudden realization by the people I 
i of the mejiacti. which they constitute. -i 



Lasting Quality 

Lasf/ng beauty and quality are 

charaderistics oi silverware 

sfanipcd 

"Mrogers Bros: 

Years of honrst service prove t'ne 
inborn value of knives, forks, 
spoons, etc., bearing Ih.is name. 

Bt5( lea Jtis, distiei. wailtrs, 
e/c , are stairped 
MERIDEN BRITi CO. 

ii',tL:> IIV LKMJINr, IJ p A I l' K > 

^''Silptr Tloitt that Wtarj' 



Wholesale and 
. Reuir . 



JAS. LEIGH & SONS 

Lumber 
Mills 
Fool of 
Turner Street 
Victoria, B.C.. , 

«n(5 manufacturers of all kinds of 
Eash. Factory . and Planing MiU 
Goods. 



Lumber 
Lath 
Shingles 
Bill Stuff 



J ho i'urcsl 
The Safest 



Alway.s Clean". 
No Dusty Cans 



BOTTLED MILK 

, From the 

Victoria Creamery & 
MilK Supply Co 

Dealers iti 

Finest Ice - Cream, Cream, 
Milk,' Buttermilk and Butter 

Phone 1344 



.Forestry Commission Busy 

During the pa.-st .several days vx- 

tendcd sessions of thir- forestry conV- i 

mission base bet-n held dail, the three ! 

c«»nrmi»sioners— Messrs. K.' J. Fulton, , 

, A. ('. I;"lumerfelt and A. -«. -tJoodcvc. 

. U. .1^.— t>elng present. The preuTnt [ 
sittings of the comniission art; pri- I 

: vate, and are for t.4M>H(urpose' of con-! 
sid^'Hng the g4-^aX.,.Jnaas of cvidenc. ' 
received, and ionslder.inK 4\w -com 
misSTOTl-9 iipporf. It is expected th:ii 
the latter will be i-^dy for deliver 
(o the governmiprit within sixty day.-*. 




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KJUMMMRMn^X M.XuiU 



$35.00 



Cdir.plctc with Dunlop— Tires, i'>cll. T 
and Oil, Can — ready 

- whileJ they last 



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t<)-rtilc 

J|53r>.00 



THOS. PLIMLEY 

1110 Government St. opposite speaper** Victoria, B. C. 





FOR 

SALE 



rM. C. A. 

Temporar y Quar ters, 1209 Blanchard St 

NEXT Td NEW BUILDING UNDER- CONSTRUCTiON 

Reading and Game Rooms— Hot and Cold Sliowcr Baths- 
Men's and Boy's Summer Camps;— Summer Mcmbersliip 

50c per rrionth 



P>Lisiness 



Latest Importations From China 

toadies' and Gents' sllW underwear 

■ oft, warm, ncai and llKht: Kehl.V oy- 
jamaa in tjoautlful atrlDpod »Uk. Ths 
newest glylea ot beautiful einbroideted 

■ lllc kJmona."5. Xothliig more beautiful 
The lo\(>licnt silk embroidered doylies I 
• ver shown. | 

QITOVa JKAir 

P, O. Boi 88. 



Txraa ft ca, 

1715 Government St. 



You Take Pains 

To make the children' Idii&k 

lycc jn.st. fora''day. W%«f6t 
])rcscr\-c i heir prettin.ess by 

means of 1 lur- ' ■■ • ' ' ■• ■ ■ • '; 

PHOTOGRAPHS 



' ill! luciures., .either &i 'm*- 

(lividiials or .ti^rriups, are- .so 
< xccllent that they rival the 
-t eel engraving: in softness 
;i ltd far excel in faitliftil por- 

if,-iitiirc the work of tJic most 

kilfnl ;uiist. . • - , ' 



A New and Delicious 
Flavored Nouga . 

Nouga Sandwiches Fancies 

Alrriond Sandwiches 

Butter Squares 

Bedford Tarts 

Birthday Cakes for the 

Youngsters 

Wedding Caked, superior 
(luafity, t'xclusive decor- 
ations 

CLAY'S 

Tel. ror 6ig Fort Street 



.Secure Provincial Registration 

Am<mg titc latent extra-provincial 
ccmpanies to swuVe licenses under 
the law i>erfnllting theth to ttyinsa. t 
business genci-ally In British fojumbia 
are the Canada Cloak- Co., Ltd.. Dom- 
inion. Radiator Co.. Ud., fioldsmiths" 
Stock Co. of Canada. Ltd., nesi>cJ«r 
Piirniture Co., Ltd.. Hiram Wallter & 
Snha^Ltd.. Ideal Woman's AVcar, Ltd.. 
Independent Cordage Co. of (Jhtarlo. 
Ltd.. L. K. Watertrmn.t'o. I^td, LIppert 
rurniture Co;, LUl., Phllilixa Mig. (M., 
Ltd.. Swanson Baj^ Forests, \\ood Pnlp 
\& Lumber Mills. Ltd., and Thomas 
U Davidson Mfg. Co.. Ltd. The new' 
I j provincial companies of ihp weelt in- 
I elude the Active Cartage. Co.. Ltd., B 
; C. Stevens 'Co.,- Ltd., B. C. Interior 
Land Co.. Ltd.. Cahadian Holding Co., 
: Ltd,, Praser Valley Sugar Works, Ltd.l 
i iningworth &• Murray. Ltd.. Johnson. 
I Lieber & Vah Bokkehn. Ltd., Kam- 
i h'ops Opera. Ilou.-se. 1..td.. LaUmer- 
I Xew.-AlacTaviah, Ltd.. Lordlgords 
I Mine. Ltd.. North Lonsdale Supi>l\ 
Stores., Ltd.. Victoria * KIsuulnml: 
F;ealty Co., Ltd.. and Wari)UTnltz; Plan.. 
House, Ltd, 



that 



lia> two srnil' - 
ihiijht envv — 



uidilan 
an angel 
the >jnile that accepts the 
lover au<r the STiiilc tli.it 
. Uffhts nn '>ne nf cnir lioauti- 
-fnl ■ 

DLAMOND 
RINGS 

Priced trom :^'ji,{) to $500 

We have a \vv\ r..mplctc 
line of Fviigaf^ciiuni RiuK!> 
and we are. prepared Ui make 
anything in' this'^liiu' t" or- 
der on the , shu'rlc-t noticJf. 

W. H. WilXerson 



Senti 

PropuiLies 
Close in 



FQRT GEORGE. 

LAND^ 

TIMBER 

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In larj;x' .\rcas 

♦ l^'pr particulars ap|)]\ 

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915 



The Jeweler 

GOVERNMENT 
Tel. \U^'\ 



ST. 






Ernest Brammer 

Office <)44 I-'ori Street 
'J'cl. jo<)5 



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— THE- 

Geo, H, Larn'^an 

STUDIO 




^ Thfe Canadian Who's Who/ published 
by the London Times, on sale at Vic- 
toria Book & Stationery- Co.. Limited. • 

#' :, , . 

Mr. Charles Bethune's Successor. 
Mr. Paul Edmonds, baritone vocal- 
ist, and pr<^fe8sor of slrtging, (of 
priricliml Ixuidon concerta. flloucestei- 
r^estlval, Tctrafezlnl British Tour IDOy 
<?tc.,) has come to reside I :i Victoria 
i and engaged, a studio at Messrs 
I Wnltt'a Piano Stoi-f, Government St 
, tte Is i-ecommended by Mr. Bethune 
w ho la d iacontlTiuIng his work in Vic- 
toria:: "" ~~ 7' '• 



11 M. 



Excursion"; . .'I ( liilf •' 

Wcdnc'da ' ' .1 i;'i 

the .time t.. s. . I 

■|'he novelt.x ..( 1 1.. ' ni' ■ 1 1 

. ('lied III any part ut the world 

\- .V .s. tniin connecting win 

fcii'niiicr at 

lurniutlon 



We Use Siuir-on's 
and Toric Lenses 



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Sidney. l''or 
telephone all. 



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J. tl. LePACE 

Optdmelrist and Optician 

P. 0. Box 225 
overnment St. Victoria 



A propj of good faith. T he Anifil- 
gamated Development ('ompru.iv uf- 
fered tr> give one tboij.sand dollur.s to' 
any .charitable. inHtitution to be se- 
lected by the representatives of the 
three newai)ai>er8 who went to Inspect 
the company's oil wells at the Kataila 
fields. If conditions were not as the 
maiiagament of the company had 
repre.Mented. The repor.t of thejje, hi- 
dependent witneasesi after cxaitiihing 
the oil Wells was— Better than renre. 
nentod. ' 

Thousand Islands.— Next Sundnv 
the S. S. Iro<iui)is will mak^.one of 
-tlu)»«-d<!MgktfuL trl.p8 among the Oulf 
Islfitul.x, Slopping <'the hour at Afavne, 
lurnlng via the ptcfiiro8<|iio! 
1 1 Canal. PIcnkj parttcH ran; 

lirlng their bapkets and 'unch under'; 
the trees. . Take V. * S; train I'-avIn*?! 



FOR YOUR FOWLS 

Somethiu};: iu\v and from 
a grjf)d recipe — in fact a 
C-narantccd recipe. Our 

Dry Hopper Food 

Ask your neighbor about 
it. ; He 'has heard of it if 
you hav<; nof. 



Hall's Compound 
blackberry 



is highl.^■ 



recommended" 
cure of- 



Bannerman & florne 

Broad and Jqhnson 

I'hoiic .1S7 



Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Chol- 
era Morbus and all such 
Bowel Complaints. 



Per bottle 



ll.T. 




HALL'S DRUG SIORE 









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es and l)iKj^:Ui.-< t^t.s. 



' ' ' " " 1 . 1 I ' *". I ' ■ '" — — — ' jjif' M ■••«« • : " ' . 

Wanted pupils for embri^ddery. Work 
of all klnds.-^Mrs. i^ Claudjo. 851 
Broughton Street. . '' ,' • 



The t.ate King E^dward's , Horse in 
Pictures , . 
\i the Romapo theatre today and 
tomorrow there will he shown * pic- 
ture of the late King's fambus horse 
witming the litOO Derby in. Knglaml 
And also apicture.of a. football mau I 
between England and Bcotland. 



We Look Up the Trouble 

■Tnd remedy it |ir<inii)il,v when "we rc; 
vcetve word that our services are 

i(llir,ed. 

I 

Promptness at Plumbing . 

s as essential as knowtijg how to 1%^ 
t properly^ This applies- to th.e house- 
lOlder as well as* the plumber.- .So 'if 

.von wont to , sav6 aniioyance and ex- 
I iiense. send for ua at the first sign of 

trouble. 



Tlie Colbert Plumbing 8 Heating 

HI'OIIb'i I I'll SI I ret I';!. ' 



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<•! Ived witli : . 

large aiidteii'. . .,i,,i !., . .-i i.,,ii 

( rves it. He has a very plea, '<li 

tine \'olcp. and sung with thi' u 

ii.Ktmi qiiarleite durlinj Uicir cngagi 

iiii'iil In llilsj rlty t 



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City Livery Board and Sale Stables 



;25 ^AJiiS^UK i->TkKV:V 



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The mo.st modern and sanitai^' stabW in tlte elly. |fors< 
and ex.chang'edl riigii-cl[a.s.s liverjr .dnd'sailil 
>|Hi iarattention to hoarders. K.uo. $20 per nionii 

( 'I'l-.v M.l. MCIIT 
Olfiec of C, K, KiCflAK'DS, Vnennnria 



an 



Smoke the 

Silver Tip 
Cigar 

Xlnde of clear n.niina filler 
I'a the best dgm mi tins markpL 



Orflc" nnd T'nelnry. 
10-16 MASON STREET. 



.Mril.uv ... ; .111' .: Sli'cl llyngi-"."! and 
ilealing Slo\e.s ut Clarke & J^car.^on'a 
i :? 1 ;! Wli.iii' Street, . near J<diii.-i>iu 

Si rt.'i.'t. V I' 1' ' III • 



Smoke has no 
e ffe ct upon 
Malthoid Roofing 

Sulphur fiimct around ^inciting 
. piaiu.s, eat up a metal roof in 
short order, and very few ' thcr 
materiais cari Withstand the at- 
tack, ' Malthoid Roofing d<K-:i 
the business. Engineers and 
owner.s of property in districts 
afEjctcd'by these fuincs will save 
money by looking cprefully imn 
'.he mcr'..^ of MaUhoid. "Write 
.'•or spv '•' ■- 'Uct, - 

R, ANnUS 
Agent .Whart Sf.. Victoria 



The Appearance of 
Your House 



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cr.ea!<(>d. 



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The Kniidre Typewriter i'^ iii. 
j (th<'apesl nnd best machine of the da.'' 
! Victoria Hook &. Stationery Co., Limit 

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Friday, August 2«, 191o 



VICTORIA DAn.Y COLONIST 



Many People Arc 111 
With Dysentery 

In \''ictoria at t'.ie present titiie. .-md if llie\' fail In lake 

some good remedy at first lhe_\- sor.ii find iliniisclvrs 

im/ler the dociur'.s care. 

WISE FOLKS USE ^ 
GOOD BRANDY 

■I 

\\ hich is al)oiit as excellent a remedy for Diarrhoea 
and kiqdred ills as it is p(issil)le to procufiet ' 

Telephone us today if we sfiall send you a bottle of the, 
finest Cognac. A simple home remedy, which should 
always be kept in the house. 

Capital City Wine Co. 

_■ Tei. 1974 . 
as Street Corner Johnson Street^ 



[321 



NEWS OF THE CITY 



/ 



FIRES UNDER CONTROL 



Moving Into Now Quarters. 

Tlif INimbertim block, aUliougt\ 

liarUly (■oiiiiilnUiU^.u-lU ho oqeuiplod 

before this week la out. The Pern- i 

I berton oflioea will bo moved thla 

I week, and the linn will be reaJy for 

I business In the new pronilHi-s next 

I week. It Is p^oh£^ble ihiii the Uuyul 

Irtank InilldlnK will ulwo be oi-ruulcU 

early next month. 



Outbreak Threaten* City Water Ser- 
vice Pipe But Was Soon 
Put Out 



l-'lres along- the lines or the |-;, >■{,■ N 
and V'. & H. ruihvay. systciiiM \\n\r i.c.ii 
(.lulttt "t'roQiient durlnjc llie pusl lew 
(la.N'M, but ..with tlie untuiiig elTorts ot 
thu linemen there has been no nerious 
oiUibreaks. The ;^enerii! road guilds are 
jj-;e|>-t — constantly on .watvh loi' ihi' 
Work Completed at Last. I si)reaainH: of these fires. I'm r.iiiH- 

\l l.-tst the worli. lit" I'llllim In 1 h-f; fH'He' elo.se •■ 1 ^. ilestroy t/iifj Hu; eiu 
jru\iii.- under the lirldu;.' mi ili. i ;,,!>;,: 1 water /tn.ilns nnir the /line of the \ 
j llyad hu.H been ron-iplclnl. Thi.s, w.iii I i< S. ./esterdii,-. immi' Swun lake. Hore 
I was foniniencrd n n.mi- a«o iiiil w hilf iilo- main tak 
' rl^iTf has luMMi iiolliiiiK 111 .au ii)i.riii ];,iiliii 
jflTinh' lirnlil.'in abi'iil it. if li.r lak.M 
%U Ihat Inn.' i.> iMn.plii.- ilu. filiuple. 
job. iiurn^rs ..! \-chM |. -; wini have oe- 
casion III nsr Uiii t liorouRlifare will 
l-e pli'asid iliat ilii' iiiadveay has been 
i/ut In sirviceuble conditio > .^:ain. 



Open 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. 



Summer-end Sale 

Commences Today 



Today, we tjegin our Summer-end -Sale, tire first 
of its kind- we have ever held, and one which will 
cause just such a stir as our June Sale did. 1 

Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs 



Herastitched., Dcawu WmI^, pJL^istoitey^ 

Regular 15c each, Silmrher-'end Sal^ 



Auto Collides with Wagon. 

A, eolllslon l.ietwem an au|p wrfVon 
l).\- Ml.iiM Tingley. >jid ff-'doUvery 
wagon of the Dlxi Ross comjjany, 017^ 
Wednesday night at tho corner ot: 
Yates and Government ■ street, did, 
considerable daniage to both vehicles. 
Tliei driver of the delivery wagon was 
thrown out to the pavement among' 
thi; debris, but he was not Injured. 
Miss Tlngley was prooeeding south 
on the right side of Government 
street and met the delivery wagonl 
vijilc.hr was rounding tho corner from 
lower ■ Yates street. T'he dellverj' 
wagon- was badly smashetl, while the 
lights on the auto were demolished. 



Were Tendered Reception 
There was a good attendance at the 
receptlojn tendered the ladies accom- 
panying the Methodl.st conference, at 
the new- mission on Store street, by the 
\V. C. T. U. yei^terday afternoon. Tea 
was served In the lecture room and u 
very pleasant hour was spent. 'As the 
visitors expressed a desire to learn 
something of a work which was dif- 
ferent from that done by. the society 
In their own homes, Mrs. Gordon 
Grant gave a short and interesting his- 
tory of the mission. The ladles were 
shown over the building aiid 'were 
greatly pleased at the completeness of 
the arrangements. Before parting Mrsj^ 
McClung, on the part of the vL»itors, 
expressed her thanks for the hospitality 
shown them and their appreciation of 
the value of the work carried .on by 
the mission. 



Ulck'B house, where she ts cared for 
by ills mother, while he rliles away. 
The two robberu halt tu (jlout over 
llii'lr treasure, but the apiMourh <jf 
horses hiiHtens them on. 'l'h(> covv- 
b(,i-8 chuse them, and Dick takes aim 
and shoots llie letter from 'roui's 
hand. The rest <i{ the bnj'a gallop 

allci- (he tv\-o robberw, whlUfl Dli;k 

lake.s till' letter to Grace. Slir ex- 
plains ilif mission of t/ii- Irtiir, and 
pick and htjv at loi' !■ ^juv\ ,,\t tln' m 
tcrriipted Jr>urn<\ \\ r h.'M s, r iiu- 
iilil p.'.ipli- being lirhi-n lii.m llnir 
liionc. 'rih.i lawyer tiirncd a deaf eu r 
III their pleaillnKs, but Grace iLiul Dick 
arii\-o i)i time tu iia> the mone\ , and 

. , ,, in this wav allow tlie ulil .unpli i.i 
a iiostie over a deep j i,,.,.,, ^i^^i^ ,,^„„. ,„ ^,,,,^j._.,,, ^,^^.^^ 

I owcver. It was soon, put oni ,,,, ,evvard-Grace. Several other k I 

'' '\'!'"^^"bV\i "^r/'^f *[;■■■,''''■''''••■« ^^''" '"' «'>'-'"■» '""■-"•« -I'l'i' 

"" ■"' n t?rm ' 'J'"! H-S a very line comedy by theAlelics 

' ' ' '■"»«""^^- However. ,(.^,.^ ^.„^,^,^^,j ,,^.,. ^vimting \Vay«, and 



\\ 1 r : 1 
porte^ 
coulel 

everything Is being dono iby tho prov- 
incial authorities , to confinfe the llres 
and (inell itiem as quickly as ^hey are 
reported. No extensive damage here- 
aTjOuts has been" heard of , • , 



AMUSEMENTS 



Vic*toria Theatre. • ' 

A stock cohipany, headed byOTr. 
Huron 1.* Blydeji, began an engage- 
ment at. the Victoria theatre last 
night when/ the well known coniedy- 
drama In which \V. H. Crane made 
sucl? a success, "Father . and the 
Boys" was produced. In an artlstio 
manner before a good audience- Mr. 
Blyden takes the role of IjemiieT Mar- 
wood, the old wool merchant who 
starts "eight miles behind the pro- 
cession," according to his sport-lov- 
Inij son, "Bobby," but soon begins t<>^ 
warm up until as tho Same younfeT 
jnan said "he vfus eight miles in front 
of the band." MrrBh>-deTi phiys "th©- 
role well, and he is well supported. 
Miss C Shea has the part~l3f BesvJIo' 
Brayton, a Western, product who 
"does stunts" and Misses K. Gordon 
and H. Graham have the roles of 
Emily Donel^on and Francis Berkeley. 
Messrs. 3. C. Davis and V. Layton 



aire the sons, the former taking thk^ --g,«„^ .T ^*"; r^^j at a very de 
part of the society pet, the other ii,hVf,7i ri«^.l -rh h^„„^ 1 ■ u . 
thaF-or the athletic youth, and they *^«^'^"» '^*"^'«- ^he bouse Much 1 
play the part well; In fact, all the^ 



characters are well portrayed. 

The company will present "Father 
and the* Boys" again tonight and to- 
morrow, with a special matinee to- 
morrow afternoon and for the threo 







Loo'k for our ad. each 4ay, and see-h^w everything i.s 

reduced 



Recognition qf Labors Har« 

In remembrance of the good work he 
had accomplished dtjrlng his short 
stay. Rev. Mr. Gardener, of Stamford 
University, who has . been relieving 
RSv. Mr. ColUnson. of the Cedar HIU 
Anglican church, while that gentle- 
man has been at Prince Rupert, was 
tendeired a very pleasant farewell re- 
ception and entertainment a few 
nights ago at Cedar Hill. Vocal sol- 
( *<=".t!l<}ns were proVraM in excellent 
I voice by Miss 'Ella Cocker and Mr. H. 
I Shandley. while Mr. L. C. Lyttoh, 
i fortnorly of the Empress hotel or- 
■ chfstra, was heard to his best ad- 
! ventnge on both the flute and piccolo. 
Capt. Allen, who -acted as spokesman 
of the evening paid the departing 
clergyman a very fitting tribute, In 
the caurae of a farewall speech. Rev. 
Mr. Garderfer has returned to Cali- 
fornia. Upon leaving he was fwesentr 
ed wlth^ 20 volumes upon archaeology. 




510 Cormorant street 



Opposite E. &'N. Depot 



Fined for Kill m^ Elk. 
The manager ji£_a„ timber cruising 
party camped near Tamphiell river, 
Vancotiver, Island, was Charge-d — yes- 
terday, before chas Hayward. pro- 
vincial Justice of the peace, on the 
Information of Deputy Game Warden 
Qi^aham., with unla\yfully having In 
his possession on tlie 4th of May last 
portions "oT a Wapiti (Elk) contrary 
to the provisions of the Game Protec- 
tion Act. , The defendant pleatteil 
guilty, but urged, in extenuation that 
the offence ■ was 'comraltted by some 
of his men, holding free miners' cerT 
tificates who were under the Impr.es- 
«lon that they were thereby permit- 
ted to take game at,any time. This 
was shown to be an entirely Incor-, 
recfr conception of the privileges con- 
ferred under the act to prospecting 
miners In want of food. The maxi- 
mum penalty was fixed by law at 
$100 fine, and one monthia-..lmprisonr 
ment, but his honor thought that Un- 
der the circumstances a penalty of 
$75.00 would be sufficient and deter 
others from committing similar er- 
rors. The fine was 
paid. 



r-A^'Cheforr^orn^i^^n^'^-h^Sk't^-- --'^ -<1 ^'- -^"'^ ^""^^ -as 
James O'Neill and Edythe Chapman 



appeared some time ago. 

P ontages Theatr(|„_. 
At a general i.'i cent admission fee 
the Fitzsimmons-Lang fight pictures 
are beyond a doubt, the cheapest en- 
tertainment of the kind ever witnessed 
anywhere— -a reproduction of a big ring 
battlemever commands less ihan^ a 
firty cent admlss^n fee and some of 
them a« high asta-tlollar, jjojthat the 
Pantagos show Is a rare bargain and 
all lovers of the gfim<^ carV well alTord 
to Witness it several tliiies, during the 
week, as one cannot grasp every sltua- 
tlQn at the first sUtlnjs:. Everybody who 
has seen the light has remarked the 
game effort old Fil^z imt up,' anit' of 
course, the Rredlctljm naturally ^ol- 
l«ws as to what w^(^d have happened 
to a man ipqual to 
had Fltzslmmons 
corner. 

1 
' New Gran 

A quaint, farce, having for Its tltlW 
"Back Home," and telling a story of iV^ 
young girl's love aftalM;,— with many- 
dushes"Tjf tnrnnfr, is staged succe^ssfully 
at the New Grand theatre tlTis week by 
Harry*. Crosby a nd Apmc t Lee, anij la 
pr6!£iXl&_jpno of the big successes of 
the bUL. both for Mi-ss Lee's delightful 
acting and fop Mr. Crosliy's ror>reaen- 
tatloTi of the- old advisor and friend 

A splendid athletic ~act by Leo 
Louie an^ Gillette p-a^fnuslcal turn by 
the Venetian minstrels; eJtpert and de- 
llghlful b.-injn playing by Stuart KoJ- 
llna and the Missei* Carman and Alli- 
son, and George Stoktes arid Carrie 
Ryan In songs and itlance^, ^alj;e up an 
Extraordinary strong bill. . * 




ten years ago, 
'the opposite 



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LUNCH BASKETS from .'... : .25^ 

LAUNDRY BASKETS from •.. . . .$1.75 

PICNIC BASKETS fmm ...,.: 25<^ 

SHOPPING BASKETS from ....15<* 

FLOWER BASKETS frdm ^ 15<^ 

KNIFE AND FORK BASKETS from . . 750 

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Cormorant St. ;ind 707 Fort St. 



Next to Firr }\:\\ 



Columbia Double Disc 
Records for Se pt. 

Price - ' - - - 85c 



Here are a few of «»« Rejec- 
tions for September which we 
have just received, come fn and 
hear them. 

No. 853. 
Sugar Moon-r-ln tenor and bari- 
tone duet. 
Oh, That Beautiful Rag— Bari- 
tone solo. 

No. 855. 
Call Me Up Some Rainy" After- 
noon— Sopr.ano solri. 
VVhert the, . Bells are Ringing 
Mary— Tenpr solo. 

No. 854. . . ' 

remptatlon Rag. 
t'hantlcleer Rag. 

' No. 850. 
6ft Tn the .Stilly Night— Vi.-i.o 

and flute and harp trio. 
.Simple Confession— -Violin, flute 
and harp trio. 

No. A852 

.VTassa's in the Cold, Cold Ground 

-'—.Baritone solo. 
Cw-ry Me Back to ^nniesaee- 

Baritone solo. . -L— 

y . No. A52?0. 
Pe^ Oynt Suite No. 1, part one, 

The MornlTig-^PJttyed by the 

Princess Orchestra. 
I'eer Gynt Su'ite No. 1, part two, 

\se'B I>eath. 

. No. A5219. 
lUibin Adair — 'Contralto solo. 
Mow Gently Sweet Afton— ^^'on- 
^ralto solo. 



Fletcher Bros. 



S')!'" Aiffntn 



f^Bjeetic 
The new week-end bill Is marked 
by four strong features which the pat- 
pons will be sure to appreclftte." Un- 
expected Help'," JIow strong an In- 
centive a si'x -shooter In the hands-trt 
a determined Individual may be Is 
graphically Illustrated In thiS plctwe. 
Probably the effective -argument which 
Iminedlately forces the gam.bler t6 disgorge his ill- 
gotten gain will be looked upon as the 
most striking feature In --the pictufe, 
but there is a strong moral lesson 
which deserves equal consideration, 
j conveyed' in the difficulty in which 
i John finds himself as a result of his 
I indulgence in a little drinkr "Cleo- 
1 patra," all the World knows of Cleo- 
! patra and Mark Antony, of their tragic 
ill ath when the legions of Octavlus 
I I aesar were sweeping all before them. 
Th^ film adequately reproduces the 
scenes, it strengthens prievlous con- 
ceptions regardirjg that marveU>us ago 
and the personages who are delineated 
upon the pages of history. "The Ilib- 
fdrmatlon" Is a drama of western lUe, 
which turns In the unexpected meeting 
of »h outlaw with' his parent while' 
engaged In' holding up a coach. "A 
Vacation In Havana" comblnea very 
oieverly the scenic 'with a light vein 
6f comedy. ,The plctuies show tho 
/city of Havana as It Is today, and as 
seen by > th<* average tourist. The 
views are e(}ucattonal, Ji,nd include the 
sunken Maine, Morro c'astle, somlj of 
th(v other towns, ett". "How Bumpti- 
ous :papered the Parlor," Indicates 
amusement for everybody. .• 



The I'hantj/ruj another very fiiie com- 
edy, also a' tine educational picture ol 
Uie Bay of Naples. Mr. Ernest ;Petch 
will sing the Rolsary, by Novin. Mr. 
Petch. has been delighting large audi- 
ences in this theatre during the week, 
and It is safe to say that lie can do 
justice to this very fine song. The 
-Romano orchestra will furnish the 
niuslc fol: the picture^. ' • 

■s — — » ' ' , 

Miss Raeburn who has been spend- 
ing the summer months with h'er 
aunt, Mrs. Adolphlne Williams, in 
Vancouver, and has made herself 
very popular In Vancouver society, is 
leaving on Saturday for her home In 
the Old Country. 

•. • • . 

The Hdn. G. Brodrick entertained 
a party of friends at his Beach av- 
enue residence, Vancouver, on Friday 
evening la«3L The guests 'included 
Mrs. John—Hope, Miss Mijrlel Duns-- 
taulr^ Mrs. A. W.'V., l^es,. Miss 
Juke*, M iss- Du l by, 'Ml lfe — D. Davis, 
Mr. J-^hn Jukes, Mr. B«u>tbee and Mr. 
Dick -7 .''.-Irving. Bathing by moon- 
light »•♦ an e.njoyable after-dinner 
event.. 

• . • • 
Mr»r McBrlde was hostess on Wed- 
nesday evening at her resldcnce'i 



charmingly arranged for entertaining, 
was beautifully decorated for the- oc- 
casion. The dance was given in hon- 
or of. Miss McBrlde and Miss Mow^ 
bray of New Westminster. Miss 
Thaln's well known orchestra played 
a most enjoyable programme of new 



a great success. The guests num^ 
bered nearly a hundred. 



At St. John BaptlJ?f church, Dun- 
can, a pretty wedding took place on 
Tuesday between W^alter H. Alington, 
second son. of the late Julius AUngton, 
and Mrs. Allngton, of. Llttje Barford, 
Huntingdonshire, and Virginia (Ina) 
youngest daughter of Adamson Parker, 
or Duncan. The vicar. Rev. F. Gran- 
ville Christmas, ofTIcIated. Mr. Hassell 
acted as groomsniari; Miss Nora ,Bazf|tt 
ae brldesniald, and Sorralne and Nell 
Price, nieces of the bride, made sweet 
little maids of honor. The bride wore 
a simple frock of white serge and 
white 'crinoline hat surrounded with 
white roses, and carried a, lovely 
shower bouijuet of bride roses. The 
brldesmaia'» showefTJouquet was of 
tlnk roses, and the little maids car- 
ried pink bouqiiotB of sweet peas. The 
wedding guests were limited to the 
n.emhens of the family. Including Mrs. 
NewUng, Victoria, annt of the bride. 
The servipe was partly choral and the 
church very prettily deuorated by tlw- 
Misses Powel. Mr. and Mrfe. Allngton 
left by -the Victoria train en route to 
Englan^,. where a four mwnths' honej*- 
mpon ««ill be spent visiting th« rela- 
tives of both bride and bridegroom. 
.On ttoeir return they will reside on 
S<:tn<boa lake. -The bride was the re- 
clpi^jt of sonie very. pretty and hand- 
resents. ; \ ' 

ibituar/WTc^s 



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Romano Thijatre 
An exceptionally fine blU_of motion 
pictures will be shqwn At the above 
theatre today and tomorrow. The 
headliher of tbis fine Show Is a fea- 
ture f Ihh by the Bison CiMnpariy enr 
titled the Prairie Poatmlstre.ss. SVx 
one hundred dollar bills mean itvu/ch 
10 anyone but the millionaire, still 
Frank had gotten ";hem togethtr and 
was sending thera back to his parents 
to pay oft' the mdrtgage on tlte old 
home. - He encloses "the money In. ji 
letter wlilch Is to he carried by his 
sl.«»er. "Two witnesses of the enclos- 
le. Totn Foroitt and hl.s partner, de- 
ride that* the money will come In 
hnnd.v to th^-ni, and decide to get it. 
Tb. ■^ ask Frank and Gus to join them 
:i' Irlnk; T3ut \vhen they refuse, it 
,n ' 'i'..'>. M.wiM« ..nftt....- vtill more. 

the mall 
...i.i.. i . the let- 

She goes 
■11 'I when 
' 1 takes 



Stewart 

The funeral of the late Janet Mc- 
Taggart Stewarts the five-year-old 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stew- 
art of 2519 Rose street took. • place 
yesterday afternoon from tho ramlly 
residence at 2 o'clock. There was a 
lar^e attendance of, sympathizing 
friends and' many floral tributes were 
presented. "The Rev. Dr. Campbell 
officiated at both the house and at the 
/graveside. Interment took place' hi 
Ross Ba>' Cemetery. 

' Westwood 
The remains of the late" Alma West- 
wood, the l ittle g irl; who was drowned 
at Beacon Hill on Tuesday last were 
forwarded . to Nanalmo , yesterdav 
rhorhlng by the B. C. Funeral Furn- 
ishing Company. A short service was 
conducted at the parlors of the com- 
pany. Qovernmtnt street, at 8 o'clock, 
at which the Rev, T. W. Gladstone 
officiated. A large number of friends 
of the deceased were present and some 
beautiful floral trlifute? were placed 
on the casket. Intermt;nt will be made 
In thie Nanalmo cemetery. 

, Barry 

Tho death occurred yesterday after- 
noon at his residencii at Cobble Hill 
of John Barry, a native of Cork, Ire- 
land. Deceased was 8.1. years pf age 
and had resided at that place for some 
time past. The body has been brought 
.down to the parlojis of the B, C. Fun- 
eral Furnishing Company. "The fun t 
eral will take ptace at Cobble Hill.' 
The time* has not yet been arranged, 
but the announcembnF wtll be made 
tomorrow. 

Alle« 

There pnssed.away at an earl>* hour 
yesterday morning rit the family res-. 
Idenco 22p3 SaywArd avenue, John 
Wilfred Allen, the three-year-old son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen. De- 
ceased wa'a born In Edmonton, • Al- 
bertfji, and had only suffered n Short 
Illness. The remains haVB been re- 
moved to tbo parlors of the B. C. 
Funeral Ftirijiahing Company from 
where the funeral will take place on 
Monday afternoon next.. The time 
has not been definitely decided but 
will be annauhced later. . ' «^ _ 

- McNeill 
At the residence of her grandmother 
755 View street after a iihort Illness 
little Doris Ellen McNeill passed away 
yesterday afternoon. The little x^ne 
was only three months old, and deiith 
came-yery .«<iiddenly. The funeral ha:s 
beeii ^wranged "to take iilace on Sat- 
urday afternoon j,at 3:,10 o'clock from 
the family residence. Interment will 
take place in Hosts Bay cemetery.' 



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.ithiT.'<: We arc <'lo;irl; »:; 
".'.(■ eopyrlKht novels a' ^fic each, 
ri\e fur $1.00. VU-foriii L'.nn\i &. Sta- 
tionery (Jo., Limited.' * 



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Sweenisy 

The remains uf th. 
Sweeney wer(^ lai 1 ;it 
mornlHK In r 

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reat to Cook With a "Canada 



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.Miiffrii's Canada I^an^c is 
niaile c^pcfialU' fm the thrifty 
modoin 111 iii>c>.s-ilc. That it 
thi ir< uij^hl \- ,sat ist'ic.'; i^ well 
ireni' 01- 1 1 ,iU'(l in il.s Iai"]^o -^alr^. 

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Fine Local Plunis, per crate 75^ 

Per basket .v. .20<' 

Selected Freestone Peaches, per crate ^1 .IC^ 

A Fresh Shipment just arrived of Australian Chicken. 
l^^^afge can ........ 25<^ 

Finest Granulated Sugar, 20-lb. sack. $1.15 

MORREL'S SELECTED PICNIC HAMS, 

i;^r lb. ...^77t18^ 

Independent Creamery Butter, tlic best butter ever 
offered at the price, 3 lbs. for . . .$1.00 

Calgary Rising Sun, Bread Flour,>per sjick. , . . .$1.75 

Government Creamery Butter, 14 lb. box . . . .$4.25 
Schram Fruit Jars, pints, per doz£n , . . . .•. ..... .65<* 

Half gallon* per dozen 1. . . . . .$1.10 

Purnell's Pure Malt Vinegar,' .quart bottle . . . . 15c 
Clark's Potted Meats, 44:ins for. . . '.'... 25^ 

SuppoFt the Store that makes the Combine keep prices 

down . 



Cop AS & Young 

THE ANTI-COMBINE GROCERS 
Corner Fort and Broad Streets 
Phones 94 and 95 



-Phones 94 and 95; 



wymntmvmBi 



Esquimau & Nanaimo Railway Co. 

CLEARED LANDS 

The Cleared Lots at Qualicum Beach, 
Newcastle District, are now on the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty acres. 
.For plans and prices apply to L. K. 
Solly, Land Agent, Victoria, or L. E. All in, 
Local Agent, Parksviiie. 



Maylett / . I 

The funeral of the late Mrs. Louise 
Maylett, who died on Wednesday last' 
after a short illness will lake place I 
on Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock 
from the parlors of the B. C. Funeral] 
Furnishing Company. Tho Rev. A. i 
Henderson will conduct the serNMcea at j 
both, the 'pnrlbrsi and at the graveside.! 
Interment wltl take place in Ross Bay | 
Cemetery, ' • ,, | 



Once In a good vvhlle promoters 
make good..- The Athalgahiated De- 
velopment Company has done so. 

Th«ueiinci le|«ncle'— ^Sfixt Sunday the 
S. ;S. lfo<iuolp wllV Vnako one of those 
delightful trips aryiong the Gulf Island, 
.stol>plng one hoiir and a half at Bit- 
taneourt's Park, / Vesuvius Bay. Pic- 
nic parties can bring their baskets and 
lunct) under the treps. Taice ■'Vr'& S. 
train leaving Vlctorln, 3:45 a. rii. Re^ 
freshmenta and music on board/ 

• _. _..^-^_-.__;. 7^ 

The attention of property •'owi)#»fg 
Is. directed to BITULITHIC the Ideal 
Pavement. Non slippery, riustleps, 
nolsele.'is, .sanitary and waterpron; 
i'^ourteen million yards under contra ' 
iJltera.t'ure from Columbia Bilnlithlr, 
Limited, P. O. Box !(*««.■ 



illlain, 

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liati.v. 



■ntalning the mone 
Mine cowboy."? hap 



(■ti;!r,\', vvlurc l''.-itlior I'ul.x 
ptnlng alou4 til'' road, and take her tol the servlcf'^ at the graveBldc 



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A remarkable point ii ih<> 

products of thte Alaskin.i ' mi i leids. 
Mhere the 'flowing ?vell6 of the Amal- 
gamated Development ■ Company are 

aitiifyted, la it's, extrernely high coro- 
met-it^ial Value as compared vi;nth that 
of /other sectlonsof the Amerlran 
' "oMnent- For Instance, !n th,^- pro- 
ion of gaMollne from the crtideoll 
' ited rellnement.s have Rhown no 
liHs than ."JO per cent, froni the Alaska 
I'allfnrnln;, 20 per cent, from Colorado 
' ent. from Pennsvlvnnta, 10 
per cent., .from Ohio and from 
(iklali'inia, and 10 per cent, from 
Wyoming. Thl.t fact whould be care- 
fulh' borne In mind by those Intend- 
ing tii Invest tlK'lr money lu oil stockB. 



CAREFILIY 
FULFILLING 
QUICKLY 
DESPATCHING 

—AND— 

FURNISHING 
THE QUALITIES 

ll.n f -i\ CI) us nnlimilcil ca ■ 
I Iiu it \ whereby a\ <■ ' .m pru 
|)ci!_v attend to tin- want.'< of 
all Contractors and fitiildcrs. 
It uc liavcn't done busi- 
ness with yon yet, why not 
^ivo us a trial order now? 



Raymond & Sons 

613 Pandora Street 



Phone 272 



Rc3., 376 



Subsoribe for THE COLONIST 



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Friday, Auguet 23, 1910 



An Electrolier for the 
Drawing Room 






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MAKES SELECTION 
JOINT CONfBRENCE 

(ContimiPil from Rage One.) 



-Youivcommlne,. mcoinmond tliHl tlie|mild thai lie had hee.i receivWJ with 11,.- , 
Keu>'m\ .KM.fore.u.e declare Um approval j upi.reH..ih.m, unly ftccunled in •' "|;;;'- , 
of the«e doounu.ntH agreed upo» by th,- kl..«ina>, He wou <L loll the all . 
joint conunltiee (of tUa iJUirchOK which I c^hurc'l, that the church In . u, mda •- 
^ ' ' j{nr<lecl hi'i* with revoioMd uffocllou iin,a ' 



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properly -ilUorprei ttitch ai'lion. All thai 
was In the fool noli- ovniia.'he deduced 
from the' rulCK (heni.sclves<,_ 'The i.-luiroh 
ha.l l)een,'.siiifl,ll minded In trying: lo ex- 
plain to Its-T'«"'n»^"w4ial should ho done 
in such mallerx. The footnole sehuMed 
do/.Mi prarllces for ))rnhiUUiim 
,, \asi number ,wlik-li mlKht I'e 
r :,,-i-,- vvera 'many iiii.'Hiloiuiblo 
lull why should the eluireh 
l,,rl\- sipeclt'y diuielns and theatre 
Many of llie yoimi,' people lijjlja 
LclieMid thai to h'lve iip tto'se 
u I, lo lie. 'line rellgloii---' II' ,)ii'l 



I joint coniiimiee (oftua. iiliut'oen »>iii>iii- •■ "'"' '"** ciuk i 

U^i»-pnp.eiJ t..-imUei-n« ^^ Hnd he luol heet. re<'elved 

, whleh the Me hodl.t ^'"•"^y^^" '"";/,'."'' • with a war.u a-pprecUUion due to tUe co..- 
ConKreK-ttlona! <'l""-c'lieK nm> unite | ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^_ 

i .SpeaKiuK ,„ hLs moilon '"''^« "' with the desire to find wI,:m 

Burwash ttal.l hi. Huppoxed all the deli 



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gules were ra'iulUar with the t-rms of 
llie hnHls of union. TTle church deemed 
I iio\4 t.i iuiM. arrived at iilnioHt the final 
I point 111' a rhaln of provhlentlul olrcuin 
I siai'ioe^ 111 I. i.i.li. In his o|)lni 



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AUTOMOBILE 
BARGAINS 

At this time of thenar, niiih y bargain s^caR-i)e had 

~ifi' s'C€<Jil(!td' hsfld caT^T" Tt "V'oit" a t'c in the'iiclcl tor' a car 

and cannot afford a new one, let us show you over 



some of these secondhand ones, all in pertect runnmg 
order,.at kss thau hralf their p^ual price. 



Iie\ ed 
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they 
I hey 



Western Motor and Supply Co., Ltd. 

'T> TJ m A P Iv' Mrrr V 



R. P, Di^ARK, Mgr 



Phone 695. 



Broad Street. 



elnm-M 

lliiiiK-^ 

been !• 

villi II J.; 

Mil IumIi^i ill 

|."iluote 111 I 

null I ln^ .numti. 1 ^^ '■-■ ■ ^.ii'a;i'i'.ii''l 

a 1 I 111' same tlir,. .' 1 1 .. n: ii ■ 

laiun'h liad no riKi.'. i- .i ■ ' • ' >■ ■'■i''' 

«i ftctliSns In such- hm: 'I- '' ^^ '■ 

business. Methodi.^i- " '-i , m 

Wasn't it possible to leave^ how 

would amuse 'lliemselves and how 

siiouldii't to .tWeli: own cqnsclen. ■ inn 

-judKinenls. ••' '• . : , 

The amendment which finally previill- 
od «us here put l)efore the conference. 
KxptalnlnK Ills- stuildpolnt. I'rofesBOx, 
Andrews said that the umendinent he 
ivad .submliied wti« putting the matter 
(in the ba»l.s of the .. IndlvUual etm- 
scloncej Ills, resplutlon woulU cover nil 
amuRBnients and praclkea which coiiM 
he reKurrtecl at) questionable. lie Uiil not 
want the press uf ("anada <o s»y tonioi- 
row thai the Methodist churcH bellfevea 
ifrat there was no lonKer any danger 
alons these lines. 4 

j;xpialn»~«eoominenaiiison» 

At this point the ohair asked Chan- 
"colW"5CTyurrwTiliTC^^ of 'the 



hand 
fcrri 
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, lenrly vlslhl 

I ! ,. I iiiii. wai.'ii till- 

1 |i.i I I anil ilH I I'd I ll 
|)i'opi,i..^ed unloti_joj_hi- 
IC-. nnKPllc-al and. V.M 1 

,s..i 1 ! ■ ;,,!!> Tli.y,. niiivi'llli'llt.'i ; 

11'- .ah. "'; .if ii I'.-v i',.illsl ii;il.n . . 
Ill' 111':: .-n (vf ihe I'huri.'lii'^ 1.. 1 ... m . 
ihn liii'.s were one In t'hrlsi. Siini- laei, 
moveinepis the. Mot li.'.li-i 1 l'''^' l"i'onie 
a united church una i-.- ii'"' H '■ ' • ''^hy- 
tit.ians. Tile church In <,'anaila by a 
pciuliaf combinatUm of clrcumstuncea 
wat! In the forefront of the ntoyenfent,. 
On polniB of doctrine' as well as In the 
eplriluat life the churches were drawlnjf 
tygethor.' Why Canada, occupied an, ad- 
vanceU position was because here the 
people w«re laylnjf the foundations and- 
btiildlnK the structure of a new natlo«>- 
This was I rue of nowhere else. 
— QontlnuInK he said that at I lie bottom 
of the spirit of vmu'atlon between the 
churches there lay a spirit of danKeiV 
The spirit of ttntficallon was most In 
accord with the spirit of the. Master, 
hlniKOir. It wasi a hDp efni featur e that 
at every meeihisr of the Joint coininittce 
which had had the matter lii cha:rge a 
a Bpirit of unity had prevailed. Now 
upim the Methodist church lay-Uia ren- 
porisibliity o!' taking the next step m 
the great inovi?ment. The nuesllon be- 
fore the jjreat conference was that 
the fundamen t. T l — pr incipl es upoiv 



which hi 

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Universit\ 



FOR BOYS 



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with the desire lo find wlial luc spirit | 
of Canadian Methodism was. He had , 
come to find out ii'^thero, was aiiylhinr 
In the pi'iH'i-diire of the conference fiom 
nri'ii'ii^'e at liopic miKlit i^il-.- 
\s;is till' luortl strenuo.u." I'l"! 
|. ll, h;i.l I'ver ,atlertded, 11. 
I i:,i I I hi' ilnlcirTlles V. en- nl- 
i.'n. n 1 , 'h ii.'l . \% I I . I •' . i. ■ 
,1 ;.; I I ' ; . I I I i , 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 • ' 1 1 IV i I 1 1 I'll I ' ' I 1 " ' 

.|..'i .1: .: Ii'i .-..line I'e.W .... H '. ' ■•■ r l • "I 

:l.iii . I |.. belieced 1 1... 1 H'' : . . . 
. . . ;. hacktione of ' the confei cmc 
11. hi I IV atched witli ever ifrbwlnn in- 
I'lesL and admiration .the Uiltierai oih.i 
inieiidenl. .' lie had been dfcepiy im 
preB.<4ed Willi " his . i I )r, •\^a:rinan"B> 
adroiliiosHi, alertness and his lea.l 
splrituulity. The conference liad ut Its 
head 11 iiiciiiter murln.er whoso eye» wa.s 
not dimmed by age] TJOt whd was steer- 
ing the ahlft of Methodism /straight, 
no matter what wlndB nilKht blow. 
Whop he returned to Wnglahd-htt would 
have miich tu teU the people there about 
in. Carman. ' , ■ - - _.■ 

, In his travels across llie 'continent in 
had been deepfy ' lm|)re»Bed wHIr the 
richness and vA*tn»s«» of the heritnKo 
«r Canadians. Thoy.lind every tliiiiK *'•>< 
the making and the, hwt.<ilng of a greiit 
nation at itielr command. It wiiB a fil 
habitation for tlie greatest nation on 
eartli. in speaking of the (frealniBsa of 
the country, . he coitHd not .totb«sir a 
.reference to 'the splendor' of the Rockies 
anil a tribute to the skill and- pluck 
wiiiclihad driven a railway througli 
those vast fur ^iung ranges, lie liad 1 
travelled far and wide, and-nmong otln-r , 
places, he had visited were tlie llliniil- ! 
avail, , where lie hud stood beneath the ' 



''Canncil Music 



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A well known composer of music termed records .canned mu«ic, 
and since this remark was made it is remarkable the enorn^ous de- 
mand there has been for music "cannod" m tjvi> way , What would 
the world today-do without its canned edibles of every kind?. Just as 
important as canned rryeaU are to the animal appetites of millions of 
people, so is "canntd rhu&ic" io the musi,cal appetites of millions m all 
parts of the earth. 

The best brands of "canned musi,o" are the. Edison arid VIctbr, and 
we can dispense every -can" that is marketed.' 

Don't be satisfied with inferior brands When tha .best cttn- be 
for the same prices. 



had 



M. W. AVaitt & Go., Ltcf. 



■ajBPiig^ptrtHspMil*!"!' of Kflifon' and Victor- , Brahds nf 
],"•',,,'■•';;:■ '■'f'^.-r- 1004 Qovernment street , ' 



Canned Mufilc. 




Commission on Kules, to explain the 
reason for its recommendation. He 
pointed out that at the last general con- 
ference petitions had been received to 
warrant "IKtfcommlssion dealing wTlh 
the foomptc. Indeed, U WiiH^ for that 
purpose that the commission hsd beeii 
called Into e.xlstence. In their delibera- 
tions three courses were open to them: 
One was to retain the footnote, the 
second to leave It out, and the third to 
amend It or provide a substitute. If the 
eommtuslon had wiped out the footnote 
altogether the majority of the membejs 
in th* church Would think they were 

taklnjr background on this importatil ^ 

ciuestlon. In his reading of the footnote-f-n^t^unHe. f„r 
he l^elleved tiiat the church was Ihcon- 
slstent with itself for many of Its young 
people tvent to theatres, and there was 
no interference. What this church want- 
ed Was the spirituality which would 
render anS- such rules unnecessary. ' As 
the discussion had ,«.! ready shown the 
matter of the precise form of fhe fool- 
note had called forth the expreiisloa of 
a variety of opinions. If tlie Qonference 
abrogateil the footnote withotit provid- 
ing a substitute. It ^\ou.ld lay Itself open 
to the criticism of the entire church. 

Mr. \V. Olbben here moved an amend- 
ment tlTat the commissldn's substitution 
for the footnote should be added to It In- 
stead. He suld that if the commissions 



the basis of u"h Ion should rest. 
SecoBdi^Jiotion. 

The motion was seconded by .1. 



A, M, 
Aiklns, K.. C. of -Winnipeg, who speak- 
ing as a lawyer said he believed that the 
baais had been drawn with accuracy. 
The church should bear in mind that 
there was a spirit of union In the air. 
tn This respect he quoted the confeder- 
ation of Canada, South Afrlcft, Australia 
and the general proposals for on Im- 
perial confederation which he trusted 
would before loh'g^.„J>e__coit8U"»»"®t'^^ 
Trusts and comblnalionfl Could, never be 
quoted a« a reason why churches .should 
In the case of churches 
their objects wore good. He believed 
that the prppos.-d union for the Ijenefit 
of the people of Canada. It was for the 
el.>vatl(tn of c'tUenshIp and not for the 
aggiandisement of denomlnatiopalism. 
Tl(ere was a great waste of money go- 
ing on In the cotititry through the rival- 
ry which existed between the different 
d.*nomtnation8: The churches were Ro-i. 
Ing to the old country and elsewhere to 
find minlsteis. He did not believe In 
this. The jrhurches should look to tlielr 
own country for men who knew their 
Canada. On economic grounds the union 
wbIr greatly to be desired. 

The most stflklng spce>i 9f the oven- 
i Ing was delU<^ed by the Rev. Dr. W. M. 



ecommendatlons were adopted. It would p^"^i^„7„,^f.,. wesleyan Theological Col. 



Xmas Term Commences Sept. 6th 

At ^ :30 a'm. 

Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

in Spacious New Brick Bmlding, 
Accommodation for 120 Borders. , 
Chemical Laboratory: Organized Cadet Corps:. Musketry In- 
struction: Football and Cricket: Gymnasium, 
and Indoor Rifle Range. 

' RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.C. 

WARDEN: . " " 

Rev. W. W. Bolton, M.A.. Cambridge. 
PRINCIPALS: 
R. V. Harvey, M.A., Carhb.. J. C. Barnacle, Esq., Lond. \Jt\y^ 
assisted by a resident staff of University Men. , 
For Prospectus Apply the Bursar. 



MBBBBMBnn 



actassnaESJX 



^^Ti5.'L?^£:'"r Xolle^^^ 



A Private Sigh Scbool 
.Vcademic department — l'"'ill 'matricu- 
lation In two years. ..Students jircpor^d 
for B. C, I.. H. and other .examinations. 
jSplendhi Matrifulailon, ^^uccess«s. This 
Summer. ' ~' • 

I'ommercia-l Prparfment — A fully 
1 c|utppcd modern business college ip 
clmrge «>f an experlencefl ir'ommerclal 
f<necla1l?t, a . gold medalist in Gregg 
.■*horth.Tnd. 'il^'Xt books, furnished' free 
to Students, of thia. department. Day 
and .evenHnijB "t^ftsaeii. Address All ,ln- 
ifuirlea to ' , ' ', . 

The Principal, James Bay' Academy 
Phono 2041, 168 Medina Street 



Queen's Academy. 

27i5 Rock Bay Avaziue. 



MfflMfWftNs^Mp 



FOB, BOT«. 
The ZiaGreri; 1349 Boclcland Aveaa* 

▼isftors 

The Lord Bishop of Columblt, ' 

SaparTiaor: 

The Ven. Archdeacon Scrlven. 

M. A.. Oixon. 

, acei»d' maMteri 
J^. D, Musljett, Ksq. 

Kxcelleiit •ccammodatloii .for board- 
ers: spacious school hulldlngs, gym- 
nasium; organl--!ed ca^et cot^a, 

Christmas term begins Sept. la, 9 a. tn. 



A day a chobl fffr glrt.^ Ot ftll <tgg>. 

^Re-Cpens ThiirsdayJ 
September 1 



For prospetdus apply the eecretary. 



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horotigh, prairdlcttt iQat^uettoA given 
Knglish; ■auhjebf^ asAWell. as Itj 

I :siior brat,iclie« of st'uVlyV 
;.i 1 rnrthcr informatluii call on or 
,, I, ii', .-..-. S. D. POPE, LI.. D., . 

I'h' !!•• ! :'."'''. rrlncijial:-- 



UNlVtRSITY SCHOOL FOR 
GIRLS 

CJIve-iyolIey House. Onk Bay. Vic,. 
toria, B.C., high-grade day and boards 
ing school for young ladles of all 
ages, A\i Bubjects taught. Proa- 
pect ua on' a p pllcatlpn. 




The cttorhrtoua ,lnere«ie in lii«"«Pl-" 

iiarit,! f(»l'— KtiaoUiM^-a.B*l-U^ PHrpidl.v iii,l 
iiiciiiK iirlce nink( 



be regarded, not only In the eyes of the 
church, but of the entire world, as a 
lowering of the standard of morala of 
Methodism. 

When the discussion" had reached this 
stage a large majority of the delejjiites 
commenced cdlllng for tliiei Vote to* be 
tajson. but then a question «»f procedure, 
as to w|>4ch amendment should be taken 
first arose. Dr. Carman, the chairman, 
ruled that Dr. Pitchers- motion was the" 
first In order lo be voted upon. «a it 
invalv.ed, the complete abrogation of the 
footnote. wi?t1(out any substitute. If 
tlvls.,mot1on carried, the chairman main- 
tained that it would end th.e controversy. 
, The question of the majority jiei:iUJ- 
sary to carry Such a vote then came op. 
Dr. Carman naalntalrtlng tliat a three- 
fourths majf^rlty was necessary, Hl.s. 
nillnR on thlS quesiton was at once call- 
ed in »tuestlon by Mr. .1. K. L. Starr, of 
Toronto,, who held the floor and Insisted 
on enforcing his point, which was direct- 
ly in pppoaltloh to the ruling of the 
clialr. l>r. Carman then read froin the 
constitution a clause stating that (he 
rules of thfe churicf» should not be cliang- 
ed without a three-foijrths majority, Kc- 
idylng to this, Mr. Starr pointed out 
i that it was a footnote explanatory of the 
rules themselves which, was being dis- 
cussed, and he Insisted tlvat the opinion 
of the conference be taken on Ms con- 
tention, as opposed »to the ruling of the 
chair. The conference upheld Mr. tstar^. 
With tiie decision of the conference. 
Dr. Carman, who in the meantime had 
beoni studying tWe constitution complete- 
ly reversed lils attitude on the point at 
Issue, stating tliat the footnote was not 
In th« I>t8clpl4tte^-ftt the— time of the 
unlpn and that therefore It was not of n 
constitutional character, and did not re- 
quire a three-fourths majority. His 
change of altitude was recelv^ with 
lotid cheers and laughter hy the" dele- 
gates. ' . ■ 

Some Oonf nelon 
The question "of further proc*Aure at 
this point -was landing the conference 
Into further quandaries, and numbers of 
the delegates endeavored. unpuccessfully 
to obtain a hearing. Dr. Pitcher's mo- 
tion was put, and tlie conference split 
about ev^n. but ho count was made- Be- 
fore the count could be taken, po insist- 
ent were some of Ihe delegates In tl.ie(lr 
Efforts to obtain a hearing that for a 
time the chair was powerless to exercise 
control. Klnally It Ijevame evident that 
the conference was somewhat beclouded 
ubowt what ll would comndlt itself to in 
the event of Mr. Pitcher's motion being 
carried. An jmprcsslon seemed,, to pre- 
vail that even If the footriot* were struck 
out Without substitution, the controversy 
could- still be cat;rled on: "T>ie fenrfiil- 
ness of the confeiK!nce about commJttlrig 
Itself to something radlcoJ wliiclv^might 
not cnmntend Itself to the members' of 
the church throilghout the Dominion w-as 
very evident, and even communicated it- 
self to the chalrtnan. After some heat- 
ed discussion. It was decided to drop Dr. 
Pitcher's a'mendment. and Dr. Speer hay- 
ing withdrawn his, that proposed by Pro- 
fessor Andrews was put ,to the meeting- 
and curried with only a few dissenting 
voiea. 

. Tire decision, waii" r^ceJvtsia with loiid 
^applause, hut tha't the acttop was regard- 
ed as a really momentous one was evi- 
dent frtmn the excited groups of deregate.i 
who eoUeclefi tq discuss the controversy 
.*)(jid its outcoime. 



it nil iihsidiif e rer 



CHURCH UMiON 



U'ge. .Montrea,l. While In sympathy with 
the aim he stated he" was opposed to 
ttM? proposedd)a.sla of union. It was Uie 
basis a;»d not the aim which was before 
the conference. ., The position which 
.Met'hod\!itu oocuplijid.was that she must 
ask for a" bett«r7«>eon.«» of doing Code 
work than she JMivk had. Methodism, had 
been nigh and strl'cCln its doctrines and 
lefflcfent in its resujts. ft was the 
most spiritual of all the cl*ur«hes as 
well as the most evangelical and ethi- 
cal- These attributes of the church 
• would be" weakened not strengthened by 
union on the lines proposed. lu this 
hasls there were no strict rules of coni- 
duct It proposed a weaker faTTh than 
that of Methodism on themes which 
were th« very marrow of Methodism's 
faith aiid teachings. It dogmallaied on 
things which, Uie Methodist . church had 
seen fit' to leave untouched. Theologi- 
cally speaking the basis was weakdi 
than the oii« whlth Methodism now imO. 
The church whlcJh the conference rep- 
resented had,, been one in its message tr 
mankind. All over the world It had o 
spiritual oneness N<, church hsd the 
unity of view, and adinn In the satm 
way tjiat Mathixftsm had. Tf the new 
basLx heica me opera ttvix u would be heU 
with no amount <jf conviction, with lit- 
tie respect, and he was afraid with some 
degree of shame. It could only be 
.looked upon *<» a eonnession to human 
we.ikneos. Miy such pdHcy was some- 
thhvg pew ^0- Metjiodlsm. Was , th< 
church to .throw away the efficient In- 
strument "tnTacniH exchange for -thai 
which would anlde no maiis conacrenre. 
Tn the nrono)»ed basis, any doctrine could 
He changed evarv two year-*. MethodlFm 
said that tlve doctrines of tKe church 
were unehangeahle. His church only 
encouraged the modification oflhe In- 
terpretation and In no .way a dlsfuf- 
tlon of the basic pi;1nclpl<'s. The basis 
mad/^ revolutlonnry chaneesi )n mlnis- 
ters'-posnion.*. If Methodism ncqulesc- 
ft\.\n sh a f ktlnit th e free and responsi- 
ble actions of her ministers then she 
could not look to the great masses of 
her people to do the work that baa 
been done In the past. The policy of the 
basts touching thi^ most vital part of 
Methodism; in Weakening the sense of 
responsibility In her ministers, curtail- 
ing- their Initiative and putting an end 
to aggresalve activity. Uence the prob- 
lem was Tn pnrtlit^uiarly serlouH one for 
the Methotil«t church -which w:b» esseii- 
tlally a church of the .masses: 

Other speakers were Mr. .1. flih soh of 
tn.geT.soli and the Rev. D, Hlckey of Pic- 
tou. N. H., The former spoke strongly 
In fiivor of tTrtlnn on the proposed basis 
sLTtlng that It wotild bean object les- 
son to the ninsstVs Ini showing that de- 
nominational differences wefe sunk,, for 
the common good*- , ' 
• . Mr. Hlckey > wASf,; ; opposed 1 1 > the 
churches uniting and quoted the opin- 
ions expressed by many Divines of 
woi"ld wide reputatloit showing tha't they 
belleYftdi that such a tinlon wouldbe 
impractlcabje and nnworimhle. 

He did not think that the conference 
fully grasped what It was prbposed to 
.Tio. He hellevf'd that thri^coiiomlc at-gu- 
meni w.-is th" only logical one adduced 
on the question of the basis. Any of 
the other ars "merits" aa far as he could 
see, were rubbish or rot. It Wnsj stated 
that nnyifrlcttori l>ttween the chirches 
when Ihey itnlt^d would he nttor.eil fur 



shadow, of the loftiest mount aTns on i 
earth. But he could say that I'n variety j 
and volume, in tortuous rivers and inai - j 
vellous waterfalls, in the majestic | 
grouping of the lofty peakti the Uocjiles j 
and Selklrks would stand un.Ique in his 
memory- ' 

"In .conclusion." said Mr. Haigh. "I 
win tell the people i'n KngJand thai 
Mettiodlsni In this land Is reca rrilng her 
immense respon sibilities with the ut- 
most serlo'irSire-Ss. You have a greul 
tusk. To .you is oomraitted In large 
pari the making' of tiiis new nation, and 
If In fulfilling this task you Join your-»- 
selves, to other ^ihurches and by tluu 
combination create ' a real, natloi'ial 
church, withoijt stale entanglements, I 
believe that the British Wesleyan Meth- 
odists will regard the union with the ul-' 
most, sympathy and, witli till good 
wishes." 

, OOr. Speaoer Received 

Another episode during the afternoon 
'was a visit to the conference of the 
H ey. Dr. Ht>encer. seiTetarv o f tji g, . l ocal 
bpi^on league. Dr. Spencer made a brtef 
speech explaining^ the work -rt'liich was 
being carried on in British Columbia 
and the progress which his movement 
was making. - — ' 

A porlion of the lime wa<< spent In ejc- 
tending greetings to Methodist mission- 
aries from China and Japan. Speeches 
were delivered by sqnio of the$e. 'tlie 
purport of which were that more m^n 
were wanted in the mission fields of tlie 
Orient, . ' . ^ 

The i^oncluding business of yesterday's 
Bes!?lons was. the election of t-he Board 
of Missions. Six clericals arid four lay 
men were elex'ted. and the b'allots ca.'*t 
for the remaining two laymen; biul tho 
result of the latter vote will not be 
known until this rriorning. Those elect- 
ed' were: Clericals— ;The Rev. Dr. S. J. 
$horey. of Cobourg, Ont.; fiev. Dr. W. H. 
lleartz. And'iersi, .N". S. ; lie v. Dr. W. H. 
Young. Motujvi'al: He^ Dr . \V. B rlgg.s, 
Toronto; Rev. . Dr.^^^.- . B. tt?Smiail, 
Kingston. Ont.; and Rev. Dr. J. V\L Sparl- 
ing., Winnipeg. Laymen— .Mr. .N. \V. 
Koweil, K. C , Toronto; Hon. W. II. 
Cushing. Calgary; .1. W. Flavelle and 
Hon. ■ Jugtl-ce MaclaVen.. Toronto. 



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Recognii'-ed t<» be one of th. 
liT-t Dramatic People. — 18. j ■ 

I'arrying speclai 'scenery and electrical eff.ei t.-^ fur each productlon- 

t-..^ n,Tt nil«^ the dranmtlc treat of the season. 

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At the morning session of the gener,- 
al con|ference the', superantiatUin fund 
committee t-eedtned its report llirouKh 
Mr. Former. The demand of the con- 
stltiuton that all ' minister's widows 
must remain members of the Methodist! 
church In' Canada was 8u.<<ta1ned as j 
against a metiioriul to have the privilege 
extended_».o any Methodist denomination. 
' The conference endorsed the proposi- 
tion looking toward the raising of an 
endowment. Dr. Carman said somebody 
In particular must -be' charged vvltl> the j 
duty of inaugurating this. The matter ! 
was left in ,ihe hands of ' th'- l>oard. Dr. j 
Griffin said that' meant Wu*" he would,} 
do It- One recommendation of the coiur 
mlttee was held up V y a long de.bate on 
whether a superannuate relation to 'the 
fund should be brought ^ under review 
every y<ar. ' I'hose In favor of th1« said 
that it was simply meant to protect the 
fund against abuse. Dtie, delegate said 
such a thing w-ns never heard of In civil 
law. A nii-morlnl to withhold an unrtuify 
from a man drawing a salary equiva- 
lent to the fund was voteil down. It 
was contended ' that a maft-*-was' entitled 
to all lie' could, earn and the matter of 
surrendering his afiniiltA' was his own 
bu'i'lness. 

Slaoted Secretary, 

■ At this stage of ilie eh-c'tlou' of sec,-' 
retary of .-Voung People'-!' Forward Movol' 
ment for Missions . took place. Itev. K. 
C. Htephensoh'.'M.p., wa.s tFAe_uuanijMftiiii 
cholce_t>n being cAlled for Stieoch, Di*, 
Stephenson was fOurid missing. He 
soon appeared however and wanted Ip 
Sell some bo'oT<s- right {iway. Ol", Car- 
man took him in hand as besl li'a conld 
'nrul told him that they wanted a nice 
Utile speech from him. It took soine 
time to get the popular missionary sec- 
retary down to mark.- The conference 
hfld a hearty laugh ncer ii ail ji'ist 
what was" needed. ' , , 

Rev, .la.mes Woodsworth, D.D'. was 'un- 
animously elected .Senior SiiijerltStendent 
of Missions, Dr. WoodsvVorth said tills 

was the- seventh time he hnd been electr' ,c«i. ">•««» - - .■ ■. 

ed in n general office, Tho first tJiTie "ttngiuspectcd HeU>" bioRrnph; "His fte- 
waa In ISSfl. In 1R82 he had been design L.j,'j.^f,tirtn> w-estern drama; "ClesipatiTi, 
•naied by the Toronto ponference to,[j^^grk Antony and Cea^^al'" hand col 
W'ork In Porfngo Da Prairie?. At that! ..{.iq.^^, Bumptious Papered the-F.i 
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XEONABD, iOtJIE and OU.I.BTTB 

Th, .Mhli'lic Collenian," ' 
VBNBTIAH BTfcB^T SINOBBS 
Classical instrumental and vncal selec- 
tions. 
vim 'MISBJSiSf CAAMiSM', and AIiUSOW 
Selections rja.sslcal atiil popular. 
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In a fiu.ilid fntce, "Back lloiite, ' 
OiBO. STOKES and CABBIE BYAN 
'In deft d1al..>;ii.. iind fiicetiou^. melodies. 
THOMAS J. PBICB. ' 

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AUOUST 2aha AIiI. WEEK 

FIGHT PICTURES 

BOB FITZSIMMONS VS. BII.L LANO 
At Hlrfnay, Auati-alia, on Boxing lifiy. 
Detpmbpr 26th, gfeat moving pictures 
of ~ this 1 2-rount! historic batt'c Th,' 
host, light plcfures evei^ exhlbilfd, Th" 
lals oppoitunity you will -ever have oi' 
seeing FItzslmtndns in Ihe'.rlng. 'Dnni: 
i.H the doming ehoinpfOTl onlA will whip 
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'Se a«it« to see thls.bl^ week-eMd, MU. 
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I .. amalgamated Develoi' 

nicnt I .iiirii'diiy Aiild, Owirif ;,^ Mc- 
I'larty. MS Ilasting- aircct^ \Ve.«it. 

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the 

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niUMiint, nnd 10 per cent, morcjmiiiee on churcli union which has had 

the produ(!ts of th(,> I'ninoiis Ptinr\-/| the consideration of tlir proposed Imsls 

r'i oil districts. 1 of Union under ndvlftement for some.^ 

-»■ jtlnie past'. Chjincelior N. 8. Burwash. of 

Hrttrr than anrr real csurite invest- I Vjctorla Pnlyersit^-. wdv. is chnirmnn 
ment 'on The , m»rket~.AimjlSf"-*ted^'f ♦!>'= committee moved the adopt on of 
Develiiimicnl ('.itnimiiy stock, ' l-i"' f"''^''- r.voinmcndutlon as . follows. 



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minister ^stationed between ,BrffiiiInii and 

Kamloops. }Tp had never lost faith 1n 

the west for one hour.' Great as Fas. 

been our prortiTss wc tiro only at the be- 

giiining ttf our labors. More problems 1 part In ■ an e-xcui 

are looming i^v The dolegntes l*iom the j phmncd for hi 
'mi-:, church spoke f'ni'pweii. word-*?: Di-. 
ji'llovftMl .said he was pTeflsed io n.lle tin 

firdtherly- fraternal ^."plrlt of Methodlsiti 
was ' impressed wit l i .. the Unity and 

,. ..ll feellpg that must preialJ syhen :: 

,1T. r*:"PrFmtcr would visii the Ooi ' 

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riiihs <^f our , com mon I 

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Rev. Henry llnlifh, the delegate from the 
We.sleynn conference of (Jrent HrllaHi. 
In axriesslug Uls '^sorrow at leaving, ha ! fylng 



fi,nil In 1 liii 1 

An' jinnn ' ' 
the morning h>- 
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Corp. Stevens, b IllliiBworth 

lir. Cross, b U. Jer"*"" ■ ■• j . . . 4 

fir. Ottle, 1' J. Wuuich, h 11. Jep-soii 

Corp. W'ynciHam, btl. Jcpsbn 

W. 1'. CJooch, not out 

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I II. Jfpson, .St (.ial<', b (Jopch .■>.' 

c •.,).;. T. (.'•lari'iioi', hlf ^'kt., b Ask'ey 
I Uiiidiiiiirc-li, 1) A.skey ,. ., .,.-.. 

IlliiiKworthi, t» A-sKkv „.--.'. 

E. A. Selfe. c Sf'veiis, ,b Aakey .... 

G. Armstronir. b Askey ...,..,.. . 

C. Jarpcr, b tJooch . . .. .'. ..,,., ..'■. » 

l-Jest, non out ..,,.. I. \.^ 

Extras > .."■•. .V. '.f 

Total ;. 51 

Bowling Analysis 
" • O. M. - R. W. 

Askey . . 10 l 20 , « 

(looch ...:.. 9.4-3 80 3 

Nanaimo, 2nd Innings ;,__„ 



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T, Jep.son, b Pooley . . : -.'i; 

!.). VVaugh, c Gooch, b Askey 4 

1 H. Jepson, b Pooley 17 

I C. K. T. Clarence, c Pooley, b Cross 2ti 

llindmarcht b Pooley ^■■. 4 

lUJngworth, c MacDonald, b Cross 1 
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RESULTS YESTERDAY'S 

CRICKET GAMES 



At work Point '6ftrracKS:' 
Garrison defeated Nanaimo, 

145 to"'51, on first innings. 

At University School; Koot- 
enay defeutftl PJrtland 182 to 
138 in a two inning' game. 

At Jubilee Hospital; Seattle 
!':■'•■' ••te anrt". Straw* 

l..-;i', \ J ..,- C6-4*-7-*HMi- -till; 

firm inninfaSr-T — l___ , 

At .Beatou^lHlH:. Burrai-d 



(Vancouver) 'de.fi-alei 
C Victoria) by 182 to 47 
first inning. 



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At Work Point: Vancouver 
vs. jQjirrlson. 

At University School; Koot- 
enay vs. Nanaimo. ^ 

At Jubilee Hospital: /^''Ic- 
torla vs. Saanlch and Straw- 
berry Vale. y 

At Beacon H4Hi /Albions vs. 
Seattle. 



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Mackenzie, b. Pearson 
Maliett, 0. Stutabs; b. 
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While neither A'ictoria nor Vancou- 
ver, the teams whloH lead in the pres^ 
ent race! for the juortfiwest tournament, 
were not playing jesterday there was 
some splendid cricket. 

Btiyortd a doubt tjhe most .striking 
match \va8 that bettveen Portland and 
Kootenay, ,in which the latter were 
victorious. This, in Its every incident, 
was a fine, exhibition of true sports- 
ntanship. Had th^ ■A.merlcan.si wlghed 
liiey could liave *won because the 
match was theirs on the ttrst inning 
a lid all that wa's. necessary was a lit- 
tle unoBlentatlous delay and the interi- 
or British Columbia * eleven wouldn't 
liaVe had a chknco. But Capt. i.Fehwlc4t, 
of the Pojrtland tpam, hurried his bats- 
men out In the second Innings a.& the 
wicketf(. fell and ithe Canadians were 
able to win with but •eighty 'seconds 
to spare. 

Today both the toMrnatnent leaders 
will be In action- Vancouver is to meet 



Bowling Analysis 

O. M. R. W 

Stubbs : . . ..10 2 19 2 

Mahon .„ 17 1 SO 4 

Wilkinson. 2 0^13 

Butler . .* 2 12 

Pearson ...... S 1 8^2 

Kootenay — Second Inhihg 

A. Stubbs, .e. and b. Copplnger 21 

l>. Kerr, b. Bailey ...... 1 

H. C. Wade, run out 11 

A. Wrightson, b. Copplng^er 31 

A. C. Butler, b. Fenwick > ... 80 

H. C; Manning, run out 4 

a. Wilkinson, -c. Shipley; b. Cop- 
plnger ..... 

C_A. Mahop, c. apoke; b, 01i»- 

E. Hocking,* b. Fenwick ^ 
L.. Crawford, b, Fenwick 
W. Pear.son, not. out 
Extras 

124 
BowllngL^nalysis 

D. M. R. W 

Fenwick 10 2 32 3 

Bailey ... g 1 30 1 

Copplnger 5 ff' 46 4 

JJalletto ... .. 1 9 .0 

portland^Second Inning 

K. Bailey, c. Wade; b. Stubbs ..... 

J. J. Chyrchley, c. Stubbs; b. Butler 22 

M.- Copplnger, run out .<. 8 

A. Berridge, b. Butler 

.E. Fenwick, run out 

W. G. Smith, c. Kerr; b. Wilkinson 9 

S. Hooke. b. Wilkinson , 

O. Shipley, b. Wilkinson ' .. 4' 

C. Cumming, c and b. Mahon .... 1 

A. Mackenzie. Ibw., b. Mahon 1 

J. Mailett6, not out i 

Extras ... 4 




Sfubbs 

Mahon . 

•Pearson 



Bowling Analysis 

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14 23 
5 3 6 



the Garrison at Work Point, ind Vic 

toria compete!?, with the comiblned i Wilkinson .. 

forces of Saanlch and ■ Strawberry j Butler .... 

Vale at the Jubilee hospital, -If they ' a«attl« ta^PAr. 

win there will be no doubt as to fheir ; _. ^ ..iT !\X '™ • 

right to meet In the finals for the cup 1 ^he Seattle el^^v^n -asserted Itself 

on Saturdav afternoon. The majority of |*saln yesterday/when the Amcrtcans 



tlte enthusiasts are looking to see them 
With the bij^ .ettd of the scores to their 
credit. They believe that, barring un- 
likely flukes, it will be a battle be- 
t ween the cricketera of the Ciipital arid 
the Terminal City once ftgatn. 
Portland v«. Kootsnay 

ThlB.the feature' t' yesterday 

was played on the ■ ■ sity sehjwol 

grounds and rcsulfod in a win ojr the 
last few rhinutc»-+>f--f'»^ay by 4.(f runs 
I'or Kootenay.- The • first 

and were all fii.tK»r»:<i irt- 

land followed with !*0 oC which J., J. 
Churehlo.v . rnntrlhiitcd "fi?.' r''".vlng a 
.'ipleniiUl ill'! 
Kootcna.v'H 
od a hlttin;?. b<i m" 

were they tluil ilu, ; land 90 

runs to g£!t In So mioutis wliic!) proved 
too big , a task althoiigh .Mr. Church- 
ley again made a big effort to save 
his Klfle. Tlio Inst wtcltet fell a fe.w 
.second.^ -before time. This was one of 
'the_ most e.xcltinp gajnes of the week. 
/The .scores follow:, 

Kootenay— -First Inning 
A. filtiibbB, c'. ftiackehisle; b. Cop 

pingep 

0. Kerr,' b. Bail' 

K. E. Wade, b. ii.. i 1 

A. Wrisrlit.son.b. .Bailey 

.v. c. Biiii'T, 1''. Cnpptnger .... 
C. A. Malir.M, !■. Mackenzie; b. 

Copplnger 

H. C. MaTmin.K. b. Bailey .,. 16 

C,..Wllki?iaoii, 1). Ffnwlck 1.1 

U Cr.*.vvfor(i, b. Bailey 1 

•X T'r-.rrnn, li. -'•••'■■■■ ...'......-... 

I . 1 ( ■■■iiK, 11'; ....'. (! 

J!>xira8 . 2 



overcame the cbmhlned forces of Saan- 
lch and Str|i#berry Vale to the tune of 
312 to lorruj^s. The subufbanites went 
to bat\tiT8t and found the bowling of 
the visitors rather hard to handle, that 
of C?4*nieron being particularly so. He 
I't5)0k nve wickets for 45 run.'i and with 
he a.«>8i8tance of Messrs. Patullo, M.c- 
Klllop and Baker, aa well as excellent 
fielding, held down the Isiander^i to the 
comparatively small score of 107., The 
top scorer was Gbepel with 42. not out. 
Eight bowlers were brought out agfrtnst 
Seattle in their inning. But they could 
not make much headway against the 
steady batters who faced therii. Mc»- 
<^" i Killop. camte within two of the coveted 
-ly- j century when caught by Little. His 
( fssful ninety-eight. Baker's. - seventy-eight 
and Williams' forty, brought the total 
up to the figure indicated a:nd won 
the match. 

Appended are the detailed scores. 
Saanlch and Strawberry V.— JFIrft 
Inning. > , 

Hineh. b. W; Patullo 





o 



3 

14 



Bowling AnalyWlff- 

11 

ft 



1 'oppiiiftcr 
l'>nwl''k 



lierriiJ;,- . 

Coppinger, h. Mali'm 
!-^hlpl'>y. '• -^-'i I'- 
r-'PHwii'!'. 
Cliurchii .. . • . i 
Smith, b. MhIkm 
T.aliey. b. Stubbs ... 
I 'umnilng, b. Mahon . 
Hookc, not out 



^8 

R. W 
is fi 

H 



Heighley^ c. ahd to. W. JP«tu11o ... 

Hammond, c. Potts; b.. Carteroh 

Hewttt, c. ' Baker; b. Cameroti . 

Thomas, b. Cameron . 

Goepel, not out ....... ...... .. . . 

IJttle, b. Bak.ei* .^ 

McNamara, b. Canieron ...... . 

Warnicker, c. Riley; b. Cameron 
Sinclair, c. Dickson; b. McKlllop 
Nlcl^olson, «shU '&. Patullo, 1). 

-McKlllop"'...,-.. ... ... 

Extras ... ... . . . 



107 



W. T"Pa.tullo. *>• McNamara 
Ibttras 



Bowling Analysis 

O. M. 



McNamara 21 

Thomas . . 12 



... 17 
...34 

312 

R. W 
62 4 

1 



2 

3 



63 
44 
30 
8 
31 
18 
22 



Hewett ^- ..... ..11 

Hlnch 9. 

Warnicker . .'. 3 

Little ;.. ..4 

Sinclair 2 

Kelghley 7 

Burrard's Triumph 

In the Butrard-Alblon jnatch the 
latter collapsed compfetely under tha 
attack of the opposi^ig tnmdlers. A 
glance at tlie riins secured by the dif- 
ferent batters lu their innlgs tells the 
story of the match. E. W. Jsmay was 
the only man who reached double fig- 
uresv His twenty-eight looks ex- 
tremely xespectable" beside those of 
the others, the greatest of whiqh i^ 
six. But the Albions have this ex- 
cuse: That the lifiwling of Messrs. 
Davies and t'wylfam was eXcpptional- 
1\ strong, With the lahiay Brothers, 
Tunnard and Pegler against them 
Burrard did not make a formidable 
total. A 48, 39 and 27 were the best. 
The fielding of the Albion eleven 
showed a marked improvement. Five 
batters went down by neat catctjes. 

Following are the scores: 

Albion (First, Inning) 

E. W. Ismay, b Twyman.., » ! "6 

Mr^. R e gl er . b Bttvles . , .-. .. .. 
C." W . .Scott , . !> Uavle « t. .» ■ ■ -. , — &• 
C 



H. 
iR. 

€. 



J; Clegg; b Davies j;. . ;...,... 

H. Ismay, b Twyman .. ..... 1 

C. Cboper, b Davie* .. ...... 1 

C. Tunnard,. c Petley, b Davies. 3 



J: Simin. b Daiviea ............ \ 



E. Southern, not out 
Anderson, b Davies . 

White, b Twynancj .•. 
FCxfras . 



Total 



47 



R. W. 

18 7 
26 3 



Bowling Analyshf 

/6. ■ M 

Davies .. ./.It 6 

Twynam X^- ■ 10 1 

Burrard Uf^\rai Inning) ■. 
W. il, Twynawi; b Tunnard .. ... 48 
J A. Cplllnacrn, l.b.w., b Ismay ... 3 
A. A. Rotr^n, b ism-ay . . 31* 

D. Rhode^. c Clegg, b Pegler . . . . 27 
J B. JSmltJi,' c Anderson, b Ismay. 

E. p^vlmrh Ismaj'-. .. .,.. 11 

\V/A. Draper. -& White, b: Pegler.. 18 
JC j. Klllick, c l^may, b Ismay 

(E. w.) ,. .. ,. .....: 10 

W. tAce,. b E. W. Ismay 2 

F. -Hepburn, not out . . ... *. 7 

F. Petley, c Sothero, b Ismay .... 

Extras .. .. .. .j .. ...17 

Total \. 182 

. , ' Bowling A.nalysls 

O. ,M. B. W. 

E; W'. Ismay •: . .. * 18 2 75 7 

H. A. I.smay 6 1 2^. 

C. C. Tunnard 7 1 44 

Pegler 5 1 16 

Albion (Second inning) 
H. E.-Squthern, c Rhodes, b South 
R. \\'hlte, c f etley. b Hepburn . . : 



W. W^augh, b Stevens 
C. Jasper, not out . . . 
Beat, b Cross ........ 

Extras 



.;. . X 





2 
7 



Total .......-.-- 108 

Bowling Analysis 

— ===- O. M. R. W. 

H. Stevens 11 3 26 1 

Askey ,. .^ 5 24 2 

H. Pooley 11 2 43 4 

Cross 5.5 3 8 3 

Garrison, 2nd Innings 

R. H. Pooley, run out 1 

Q.M.S. MacDonald, c,T. Jepson, b-"^ 

Armstrong . . . ' •■•».,. 1 

Corp.. Stevens, b Clarenci^ >. .'. 4 

Br. Gaie, not out 27 

Br; Cross., not ■ out 4 

Extras • ; 4 

' Total 41 

' Bowling Analysis 

O. .M. 

Clarence 3 

Armstrong ...... 2 . 

HIndmarsh 1 



R. 

7 

14 

16 



W. 
1 
1 





Cricket Notes 



There is a general feeling that the 
final test match of the tournanaent 
should be a two day* game. This 
will be 'the case. It Is e.^fpected,' In all 
future toumeyiB. , ' 

At a fneetlng qf (lie captains repre- 
senting the. teams of the Northwest 
Cricket Assoclatloii It was decided to 
formally organize ahd require ah en- 
trance fee. each ye^t" 'Thus each team 
would matorlally ^ssist In defraying 
,exn»'nse3 which no u-' fall ;ipon the en- 



tertainers. Moreover the umpires will 
be selected _by the association, thus 
giving them official standing. 

Afj Injpromptn smoking concert was 
held at the Garrison. Work Point Bar- 
.racks, last evening, which was attend«d 
by a majority of the visiting cricketers 
and priRctlcally all the local players 
and their frit-nds. A thoroughly 'en- 
joyable evening was spent, songs, 
recitation."", dancing and \hf fragrance 
of My I.Ady Nicotine whlllng away the 
hours delightfully. "— r- — 



Afternorn tea was served on the 
Jubilee Hospital grounds' yesterday 
afternoon by Miss WJIliams, assisted 

, l>y Miss A. Wllllanis, Miss Tuck And 

I Mrs. Wilson. 





R. E. Cttoper, c Rhodes, b Smith . 16 



J. Spain, b Davies 

H. A. Ismay, rxm out 

H H. Pegler, l.bw. Rhodes .'. .. 
J Anderson, g and b Rhodes .. 
C. 3. Clegg,' c Draper, b Rhodes 
C, C. Tunnard. stprt KlUlck, 
Rhodes 

b Rhodes 
not out . . 



C. W. ^cott. 
E. W. Ismay, 
. Extras . . . 



Totals 



Smith .. 
Hepburn 
Lace . . . 
Davies .. 
Petley .. 
Rhodes . 
Robbins 



Bowllng-AiMrfysis 
O. 

.■ .. 6 

. . .. 9 

8. 

.. .. 2 

.. .. .... .. 2 

• . . • 8 

. ....... ... 5 



M. 


2. 

3 

% 
Si 
1- 




R. 
27 
24 
22-^ 

i 

^7. 
27 
19 



.30 
.- 37 
. .3 
. G 
. 
> 
, 17 

. li 
3 

, 14 
.142 

W. 
1 
1 



COiS TO CLOSE 



Total Pack In British, Columbia' 
Estimated at 649,000 Cases 
—Marked Increase in the 
Northern Waters 



■ a j 



"Burrard (Second Inning) 

Petley, not out .. .. 

Cfi^liinson, 'not out .... .... . 

Total .... . . . . . . .. , . ,. . . 



Cettneroi) . , 
W. Pntnlior-^'. 



Bowling Analysis 

O, M. R. ^V 

18 6 -45 B 



7.3 2 
B 2 



14 

1 



Soldiers .Victorious 
Nanaimo bit the dust yo.'itcrdny l)c- 
fprt the sturdy eleven representing tho 
*Work Point Garrison. One liumlrtMl 
nnTl~forty-flvc was tliA'TTTial sfM-ufoiT 
by thi: TominlfR in their lii.sl iiuiliiKs 



and , nKfilnct 
pl.'wi'ii 
soil's I- 



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VVl'lUaips. b. ,HciRhli\\- . 
Ashljy, b. ilclghloy .... 
t J. G. .Dick.soji, 1>. Heighiey 
i H. Cuthbert, not uut 



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VANCOUVER, Aug. 26.— The Ashing 
for sockeye salmon in British Colum- 
bia waters closed last" night, in ac- 
cordance with the government regu- 
la,tJoii8, which prescribe a close season 
from August 25 to Septemijer 15. 

The total pack of sockeye salmon In 
British' Columbia this season was a 
good one, possible appreciably better 
than many of the cjinners looked -for. 
Especially on the Fraser river &16 the 
pack exceed expectations. i , 

The estimated aggregate sockaye 
pock of the Fraser river and northern 
streams was today announced as being 
549,000 cases, dlatrlhuted as follows: 
Skeena river, ISO.OiOO cases; Fraser 
I rlyer, 145.000; Rivers inlet, 124,000' 
casif's; outlying districts, 70,000 tases 
and Nans river, 30,000 cases. This com- 
pares with the sockeye pack of . 190,9, 
the year of the last big' riin on the 
Fraser river, as fojlows: Total sockeye 
pack of. the province 840,441 ca.ses, dt&- 
tributed as follows: Skeena. river, 87,- 
901 cases; Fraser river,. 642,348. cases; 
'Rivers Inlet, 89,027 cases; outtylng 
districts, 9.,l,019 cases an4 Naas river, 

28,246 cascfj. . '>,;', .', •'■ 

T'limparl.^on "of'^the pack retiirns of 
iln' two years 9ho\#s that lu 1910 the 
sockeye pH<»k of thc' Skeena river was 
almost ioo.iiOO <,-HflCs greater than in 
1!U)!(; 1.11 the Fraser river the sockeye 
fWfk w.Ls much It'S.s tlii.s year than 

' ' 'lilt the different'' is accounteiT 

ilio fact tlwt the jiresent yoar 

,. ,,i^, ..,- 11... ^-.-.nsons of' ^-nvi'i pac'k.s 

j on ti' I'tie Riv. i ; pack 

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Number of Good Matches Yes- 
terday — All Players Here- 
aftef-Must Appear at Ap- 
pointed Hours 



There were several close matches In 
the croquet tournament yesterday^ and 
the aeries, it is aKsurod, will t>e at tbP 
final stage on Saturday. The manage- 
ment wish It announced, With all tiie 
KunphaBlu possibfe, that, owing to the 
largu number of matches on the sched- 
ule, it, will be neeessary for playei's t-u 
play at the time appointed or be aorutch- 
ed. Special Interest appears to be cen- 
tred In the singles for the Vancouver Is- 
land championship, for which Mr. Dunip- 
niuir has offered a cup and the' ladles'' 
singles, for which Mrs.' Dunsmuir i» pre- 
sej^tlng a similar- trophy. 

Besnlts of Qaiaes 

Yesterday'tf complete results follow: . 

Open Slng-les 
Mrs. LiixtOn won from Miss DunSmuIr. 
Mr. Burton won from Mi-. Kirk. 
Mr. Bbwker w<)n frorn Mrs. Cari". 
Mr. Carr won from Mr. Dunsmuir. 
Mrs.' Bowker Jr. won from Mrs. Kirk. 

Open Doubles (Mixed) , ' 
Mrs., Carr and Mf^Cl&T won from Mrs. 
H. OIU4»spie and Mrs. Scott, 

Ladles' Singles (Handicap) 
Miss Butchart won from Mrs. Bow- 
ker. Jr. ' 

Ladle^i' Doubles (Handicap) 
Mrs. Barnard and .Mrs. Kirk won from 
Mra H. Oillespie and Miss ClaphAm. 

Mr s. L uxton'arid Mrs. Galletley^ won 
from Mrs. Holland and Mrs. Martin. 
■ Mrs. Audain and Mrs.- .Wasson won 
from Mrs. Bowker sr. and Mrs. Bow- 
ker. Jr. ■ 

Men's Ddtibles 40pen) 
Mr. Carr and Mr: Kirk won from Mr. 
Bodwell and Mr. , Lindsay. 

Today's Draw: 

To<lay'8 draw follow.s: 
10 O'clock 

.Cqort No. 1.— Mrs. Martin vs. -Mrs. 
Barnard. . 

Court No. 2. — Mrs. OaUetley vs. Mrs. 
Carr. 

Mr. Kirk's Lawn. — Mrs. WasSon vs. 
Mrs. H. Pooley. 

Mr. BoWker's Lawn. — Miss Butolihrt 
vig. Miss Dunsmuir. 

12 O'clock, ;. 

, Court No. 1.— Mrs. Bowker Jr. vs. Mr. 
D'Ar«y Martin.' 

, Court .No. 3. — Mr. Burton vs. Mr. 
Bowker.^ 

Mr. Boiwker's Lawn.— Mr. Kirk and 
Mrs. Kirk vs. Mrs. Carr and Mr. Carr.__ 
2 O'doclc. 

Court No. 1.— Winners of Mrs. Martin 
and Mr. D'Arcy Martin and Mrs. Barn- 
ard and Mr. Burton vs. Mrs. Bowker, jr. 
and Mr. Bowker. ^ 

Court No. 2— Winnecs of Miss But- 
chart and' Miss DiirvsVnulr vs, winners 
of Mrs. Wasson and Mrs. H. Pooley. 
4 O'clock , ■» 

Court No. 1. — Mr. Bowk,er -iand Mr. 
D'Arcy Mftrtln vs, Mr. Arbuckle and Mr, 
Matterson. . 

Court No. 2. — Mrs. Bariiard vs. Mrs. 
Luxton. 

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Shooting Will be Legal This 
Year From -September 15— 
Government 'Replies to Vlc- 
, toria Club's Petition 



Series Events Announced by 
Victoria Yacht Club— Com- 
peting Launches Wifl- be 
Tested for Handicapping - 



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AT VANCOUVER 



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^ ■■•■■ ■■.. • 

The Victoria Yacht Club, has ar- 
rahgcd fi?r a Series of power boat 
races to be run oft on Satur,day after- 
noon. They wiM consist of: Event 1, 
cruisers and large power boats; event 
a, po^«r boats over 25 fe^ in length; 
.event 3, power boats of '-!5 feet and^ 
under; ' event 4, j>ow«r dlntfheys and 
power rowboats. , • . 1, . 

Handsohne and valuable prtzea 'Will 
be awarded to thefr winners, the courses 
for which, will b6 one of iibout ten 
miles for tho large .boats, and about 
five miles for the smaller vessels. ■ 

TChe' club hopes, tbai all members 
owning povyen boats of any sl?.*^ or 
description will take part in these 
races, to cnconmge the sport In this 
most delightful of' boating iQCalitles. 

Members who.. may wish to parti' ' 
pate in the races are reauostcd 
sEiid In their niun. 
Bulkeley, chairman 
boat c()iiimlttoi\. Ill I 

All t)ojit.'< intend: 
1)0 at the Yacht. Clui) 
5.30 o'i'liick oii I'YJdtiy jillernojcm. wJ^co.. 

thoy Will 111 V 'H- a nn'M.iiired jnllc 

in order til 'tii the necessary data 
1,. rir.iu'i'. "ill tlK'ii- rchH»rtl\'o Ttme nl- 
Imv. iim'i. livr li:in(iirn]iplng fiiu'po.sos. 

Till' Vlriorift Clul) Intcnd.s to keep 
uii Id tlu' times with the great In- 
iii'.iHc in motor boating .Troiirul thcHO 
],^li.iuls. and it Is imdcrstond that I hey 
l.roposo to Ininigurate pmcIuI cvmlngs 
during the coming winter in conncc- 
tion"~witli the sport, at whicli members 
will be invited to dtsciiSK varimis lii- 
tt'rostinK puintM Iti (^onnecilon with 
l;.iuu-li and engine design. 



The opefi season for pheasants, blue 
and willow grouse, and quail will 
start on the 15th of SeptembWas qr- 
Iginally set. This annouhCVment' i*i 
contained In a letter from the provin- 
cial government^ to Mr.' C. E. Todd, 
chairman of~The Vancouver Island 
Pish and Game club, which body re- 
quested the authorities— to postpone 
the shooting a fortnight, making nil 
game legal prey from the Istof Octo- 
,beh '_■■''■ 

It is under.stood that, after glvi.ng 
the matter careful consideration, th«^ 
government came to the cfinciusion 
that the petition was received., at too 
late a date. ^To take such a step, thr, 
administration argued' according to 
tmofflcial report, would have resulted 
l\i confusion. .Some would }iave gone 
oiJi-^after^game LfrOnn the l^th and 
othVs would haVe held back to thfs 
new 'i^ate. To p'rosecuto the former 
because of their lack of knowledge, 
after short notice, would have scarce- 
ly been fair and It would have been,, 
equally unfair to thoso who knew nnrV 
refrained to allow, others to sbnor 
with imi)unity. Under the, circum- 
stances, tlierefore, it was thought ad- 
•V'l.sftble to allow the sea.^nn to ri-tTinln 
.-viTtisCd. 



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SPOKANIJ Mr*INa STOCXS. 

(Furnished by K. W. Stevenson'^' ("'(T ) 

.Sl'OKANK, Wash., Audr. '^S,— To/hrr'^ 

closing Mfl prices wore; Alnmeiia 3Mi. 

BV C. rnptwr 475, Can. Con. H. and R. 

GO, C'ojiper KliiR (>, Ocrtio 1. Ornnhy 
Sniellet- ;!2. TIummInK Bird 7 »i , Tnternn 
tioiiHl (■ and C. fi. idora ftVt. Idaho .'-', 
and U. -li.mcky ralumet 3. Oonm Pnnt 

3, Mineral Knrm i, Ml.iHouta ''oppei- ;; ' ,, 
Monitor 1!V6. Ntihfil) 6'4. North Krntiklln 

4. fort land CanAl 81, Rnrnbior Cariboo 
2-1, Vtt^lt fi, Stiowstjpo 2, s■I1lov■^^'■ '!> ■'.<!;, 
SiiVHrLOI. Wonder 1%. 



tile, st7(>l, iron and tinwai ^ kt.iT«« ^mA 
InrkSf a>nd i^U kin4« of Cutl<SAf>' p^ 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Friday, August 26, 1910 



NO MORE 



FOOTNOTE IS 
NOW 

(Continuptl from PivKo Tlirec.) 

1)0 incroascfl to 22 1-2 millions per •.!;!. v. 
Land lioUlmgH: 13, SfiT.?;* iu-i't's. 
Two biiluncing re.servolrs: Dnt! oL^l'J 
nilUion capacity and the other of 25 
nillliohs., ■ , .... 

A piiie lino averagioK -" i- inchos 
■^m dianietiT, which will. ikrllVor ir> mll- 
• lion gallons per day in Victoria Wo.sl 
bfrort* the end of ilila yeai- 

I-'iftecn mllos! of disl iMlni i •■ I 



iliclii':- ;iiiil 

iMMlillMI !.l 

Sai)l)li>'> 
of 3()-lncli 

o! small.,,- 

pUSfS, 



ns rtnal, provlfflnsr th^ city will give q, 
slniiliiv undertuklnK, 'both ofCers be- 
iHK aubj«ct to conflrmatlou by the 
.shareholders of the company. 
Yearly Cost to City 
On tin- l.)a.sl.'i <)f the a.skinK priue at 
Sl.ynO.OUO lliie yearly coHt lo the city 
lor interest, HinUinx fund and discount 
on sale of dt'hcntures, should not ex- 
ceed f) per ijont, which on tlic above 
amount will be $37,r.ou. 
"- in the city nccountss lor l'.»0!) the tol- 
|o\., irii,' Ue;Tis appear, which will, not Ijo 
inciin-fd if I'Tlh lake is no loiiRci- nscil. 
-.North Dairy pumping station $12,22S.10 



'orth Dalr.y purnpln 
caver Lake pumping station 
liods, iticJudlng te„m( 
y I'litmrf •■ ' '■ ■ ■'• ■ 



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miD.L'St 

lO.lisl.sS 
y93.12 



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an. I III. 

Sci'Vi 

pared \\ 11 li 

Ivi'Vi'nuc : 



$i:t; 



M :;a:l.U lUS- 

i.ll \ iriori'a West 

rCs<-r\ i; ami the 

hariror. 



.uall' 



Iilstrcam 
iich inclii.il 

Sonsrhecs 

'i-'.squimalt 

l>:'. II, '.'■■' 

YcMi- . uaiiii.; .iaue ;ierh, 
.,V,l,-l)t;.s;>; net, J4a,T§3.05, 
Iik:;; :■ i ;i;'tho above Is the sum of 
. Ill the B. O. Kleetric rail-' 

,; ,!;v, /hich. pays •at the rate 
I |,, 1 ..iMvini for each million 
^ui>p!irU .laily. 

Revenite from^Powor 
' Tt i^ nio.'^i imi«-obable that tttlTcity 
;i- It purcha.scd t.V, uudertaklng of. the 
l.^quinialt Water .' Works , Company,, 
woal.l r. reive le ss than t he present in- . 
.niiie ir.iu the iiowvr part pf thcplant. 
'I'll, ,ontract betw.H'n the. ,'B.' C. Elec-, 
,,, railwa y r ompa .u;^' «t^ tlTe Esiiui- 
111. li Water Works t'ompany provides 
til. I for 40 years, ri«nm ISyT, the rajl- 
x, r company shivU take a mUrtTmrnr 
,.t i.iiOO.OOO gallons dally, pa,ving for 
Lliem $s,000 per annusn, and that they 
are-t>ntitled to demawl up to 15,000,- 
(100 gallons per, day ai the, same rate 
])er million, the BbViutmall Water 
w, 'Us company agreetoe: meanwhlte 
i„.t to sell water elsewh«re for power 
l-urposoa. If, however. ,lh<5. railway com.- 
pany obtains power elsewhere, say 
from Jordan riveh then X nuhst edther 
,ontinue_to take the fulllS nullloKs or 



Tlie .\ .'arh- (l.iianrnl stat"Ui 
lia.si.-^ .,jl' 111.' alu'X'e li-,-'.!!!','' , a ' 
ing'tlio present revenue ol ilie !•: 
mult Water Wi»rks c<3mpany woiiM 



08. that the catchment area Is wholly 
free from habitation, that th« forma- 
tion is orig-lnal rock and thus almost 
wholly devoid of soluble mineral salts, 
that the lakes are free from niuddy 
shoals and of capacity almost etjual to 
the nurmal run-off, that the tdevatlon 
la abun.iiint for" a -gravttj, supply and 
that the distance from Viclo,rla to a 
auitalile point of diversion below these 
w.irksTs h\a a little ovwr ted miles- 
altogether constitute 80 rare .a coni- 
liinatioa of desirable (|ualltlca "for.^ a 
municipal water supply that so far as 
1 know II is without an equal." There 
have been ecnwiderabKj,, kdditlons' to 
Mm developnuMits at ( bil'ilstream since 
Itie itbos'e ' was writt.ii in 1905, bt,it 
tlicse wou.ldjiot alfeei ilu' geniM-ahcou-. 
elusions iit which Ml'. Adams ariivcd 
i>i riM-oniniendinsr th 

|., l!ie ,iM.-uU.i|l "I 



ohtalnwl from Kik lalfi*. The future of 
l>;ik lake should bty carefully ln-Veatl- 
gated, lrresi)ectiv«/of any other water 
8up))l.v, ami if it Id decided 't.VfhntlTino- 
It a.s a source of water for any domes- 
th' purpose the city should forthwitli 
purchase the 1,400 acres, of the water- 
shed 11. II ipiw uiuler its control. 



iM.'.ir.,am plnni: 
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PURCHASE WATER IN BULK 



..Un.l.'i- t 
right [■' 
Wat. I- W 
less I :i.. 1, 



Interest char. • ■. ■ ■ 

Last year's n. ; ■ • ;iiu>: — 
Ksqulnuilt 

Savi'n,R- Klk lake e.v.s. ...... 

Saving in present exs. ot 
Esfivilmalt, Water Works 
Co., Including office exs. 
pumping at Thetis lake, 
provincial taxes, etc. wy 



Balance 



...$97;,r>uM.iii' 

40,7C)3.0o 
23,812,42 



6.600.00 



—♦Sfl. 565.47 
. 27,934.53 



$97,500.00 
It Will be understood that the above 
sthtempnt takes no accoiynt of the gen- 
eral expenses connected wtth the sup- 
plvof—wator which woiild remain as 
at present. On the above >asls the net 
cost to the dty of .the- Esqulmalt. 
Water Works would be $27,934.68 per 
-ant m m , ^ q uaJ-to the-lntei:eaL-Qn ,anllft 



else the water company is permitted 
lo sell Its water elsewiiepo lor power 
purposes. ;; . - r 

The B. e. Electric railway , company 
hvlaWpassed last year (foes! .^n,ot pre- 
\ ent the city frnnrsotHngrlts water to 
a company 'which might develop power 
with it, nor does 1t preveijt the city 
from developing pOwcf for .»t» own pur- 
poses, such as street ligUting.. etc., 
^v*lch win probably soon use up power 
eQUfli_in amount to that at Gtildstream. 
Under these circumstances it„ is un- 
llkelv. that the power, at Goldstbeam 
win'at any time be less vaJuable. than 
It present. The railway copipany hav- 
ing a power plant at Go.ldtlrpam jii:e 
hardly likely ttf leave it idle and pa.y 
$8 000 per anniim.without aUy return, 
nor is it probable thiit If the plapt is 
kept in operation -^the railway company 
will find It to Its interest to work 
it to less than the capacity of 15,. rpU- 
iion ga:irons per day. „ _:„i_i^i. 

The . directors, of the Esquinjalt 
Water Works c'ompanS' have offered to 
sell their entire undertaking for >l,- 
').->0 000 with the main to Victori.-i W"est 
completed and Ih operation, or thev are 
willing to. -agree to arhitr«< <Ier 

the at't of '1909. an.' ♦•> '" 
/.(■cept the, award 



crease of debt of less than $tiO0,000 in 
return, for which, the city would have 
foi^ sale 15,000,000 gnlToiis of water of 
undtmbtiKl -tffuiuality, delivered within 
the citv limits, leas the present con- 
sumption from Thetis lake. The cost 
of this (luantity Would be about half * 
cent per 1,000 gallons, or more accur- 
ately .52 of a cen^ as compared with 
6 cents per 1.000 gaUons, the price flx- 
ed by the act, which gives the city the 
right to purchase water from the 



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i. ', !i 11 tht> report of Mr. .•\dama: 
lire accord with Mr. Adam."- 



I,,. ,,,1 ,,1 1 v'l:; llie I'it.N- has the 
,1, n, ,n,| rr..io O'.v J':sq\iimalt 
- 1. , .>mi>any a suiiply "i ii"t 
,,iM, ,11)0' gallons, nor iii.'i.' 
than ;i,U()U,Ool). gailoiih, I, ii \ .i .'vl uiiinii 
city llntits in VicK.i i.. ^'^ ' •>/ '"' •' 
pr'rtTrrt"'-Trf— nTTi"— lT'WK-;-4.|iriii , u.-i.. ,■. lui ■- it 

(he' rate of tl cents ]"■' ■ ,i-.il!.'i! 

Ti,,.. ,. , ,,.,iil t-rr a • • ..' i iiaynieiit .U 
V :i,:..in ; ; , )u;h inllli '" '■ ""Us supplied 
niailv lor 3(i.j dii-y.^, aial ii. ■'■iUM'rv . i' i' . . 
million's' dally w.aild cost $10tJ,.."" Mi, 
city would' not own any propf ■'>.''' •""' 
would not have the right toS(\j!mand 
- - ■• ■ '•■■■ at 



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exiraonlln.u-y prevautlohs have '. been ttu abo\e rale. ., / ■ 

taken by the water; works company to 
keep' it so.'" ' '• ' ■ . 

In view of ..the strongly-expressed 
opinum of the na,ove e»Klneersun£Uiei -;•;;-;;; 7';^ g.„„„ i,^ ,vip 

ot.her Information available "trnTSTtr—iraTrt-*, ...; ... -[^ ,.,,'.„„.,„i,',ri. „«!« of wate 
be little (inestlon that t,ho purchase of 
t^i e imd e rt a Icing ' " oT t1il«~Ksq u 1 nia 1 1 
Water Works cofnpany offers by .all 
odds the most satisfactory, solution of 
the water problem; \Vhlch can be done 
with the full as.surance.tJi\ftCthe- trans- 
action will ultimately, prove most 
profitable for the city of^Viotorfa. " 

In dealing above with, the financial 
basis for the |>urcha«e of the works 
of the Esquimau Water Works com- 
panv no allovvance has been made for 
''tTtif" value ofT'hetls lake itself, nor of 
the lands at Thrette— Ifike and Gold 
"slrernnT^wMch can be soli 
teotlng the water supply, nor of any 
revenue which might beiTobtained fr(jm 
Elk lake. 

Sal* of.i.«n<ls 



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, '4'he cost lit a supply of., sone and -a 
quarter millions , pet- day would eyua! 
the apparent Inumidlate deficiency in- 
volved la the purchii/se of Ooldatrcamr 
a deflcteticy which shonl^ soon be wip- 
ed out by the increasing sale of water. 
The 'purchase of water In bulk does 
not seem, und.er the circumstances. , a 
buslH uss-U He prqcceedlng fortUe city 
to adojit. «^ ■ 

SOOKE LAKE, AS RESERVE 



Esquimau Water .Works company In 

bulk. ^ ,_ , , 

If the city only realized the mini- 
mum of $8,000 per annum from' the 
power, instead of the present income, 
then the net cost would be under 1 
cent per 1,000 gallons (.85 of a cent). 
In any eVettt ^^i^Ji,. water dellveretr "to 
the c'ltv at do low a cost; .It.'should not 
he Jong before the profits from the sale 
would make the transaction most pro- 
fitable to the city, especially as the 
city would then haVe a market In the 
Esquimau peninsula. Where it la quite 
possible tile greatest growth in popu- 
lation will be' Within the .next few 
years. 

Its Water Fall 

It will be remembered that Mr. 
Adams states in ' his report,- referring 
to the undertaking of th£ .Es<iuimilt 
Water ^'Works compahj-: "The fact that 
ther W»^^^pr surface of .these lakes 
amounts to- more than otte^alxth of the 
total' trlbtitafy waterstted, "that rain 
falls every month In the year, the 
least monthly average being .82 tor 
Julv. that the average seasonal raln- 
fi fa ll" amounts to '4\ 3-4 inches, that, the 

n^i u- tTr--twet sea89tta!. ralnfiill in, ti period flf 

arbl^ators tvHt^yexra fcff'o^servaitlon *a«-beeu 64.- 



There ..are about 1,300 acres ar 
'Pheti8^1rmp,' chiefly Tand of good quali- 
ty. \\«hich can be sold without any dif- 
ficulty, and Thetis lake itself J» own- 
ed by the company and should -have 
a. cons.lderable value as a fishing lake, 
etc. At Ooldstream there are about 2,- 
700 acres below the level at wbHih 



The pre.-Jient supply from Goldstream 
Of 15 millions per day will be sufficient 
for a p<>pulati6n of l50,00q;at the rate 
of 100 gallons per day per head, and 

Ute supply of 22 1..2 millions per day. 

b ixnout tti- xs men. can av uuiuiiicw » * 1^,11 . ^ 

'stream whemrvertt 1h requred, should 
be more -than siifrtcle«t tor a popula- 
tion of nearly 300,000 people. 

A'T-'Thfr^ptrptrtrrtton increases it ma.v 
be presumed that the pc<> capita con 
"Kumptton of water will decrease owln- 
among other reasons to the decrease. 1 
proportionate demand for sprinkling, 
etc., and a latVvritown does not show 
the' same marked dlfrerence between 
the winter and sunifner maximum as 
tt' smaller <>ne, owing to the manufac- 
turing demand which Is constant 



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Tighten Things Up— 

by Eliminating Undue Cost 

in the Hlandling of Goods 



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What 's the use : 'of ■ a m oney-prodiicing hus.iipss, if 
the ilioney leaks out as fast as you pull it iin?" -v ': 

In other words, eost-reduetion is just as iinj)ortant 
as protit-produc iug. , ' .. '■ . 

And cost-redu o t iou mea tis labor-savinV. 

To cut out iinnor'nsip.Trr expense in the handling 'of 
merchandise, m<jderii liicLhuds suggest the use of a 
freight, elevator. , 

Whatever the nature of your business, you need a 
copy of our free book, ''SYerght Elevators and Their 
Uses." 



IVU OV.II'O M^.v,„, V..V- .^ . » . ... .. ., lit. ...» « - 

water Is collected foJr the reservoirs, or, .jij^^j^ in^po -doubt room for a dlfior 
along the- banks of, the Golds,tream 'j.„(l^ of opinion on— ttits— point, but it 
rlyer,inuch of it of the very best , difficult to realaer- that any obllgii- 



... ^. , „. ery best 

quality, which the city could -sell sub- 
ject to reservation of riparian right«. 
A valuation should be made of all the 
aihove proi>ertle«,' as the- price which 
could be oHtained for them' would prob- 
ably go along way towards making the 
purchase of the Esquimau company's 
undertaking absolutely ^elf-su^portlng 
from the very^tlsirt. . 

El k l ake can probably b» tuiTnea to 
good account in supply lhg''<^t^r fO|r 
irrigation and domestic purposes In the 
Haanich jienlhsuia, and Jij art,auxl'U»ry 
supply in the future. " 

The demand for Irrigation water 
would, of course. Ije confined to twKi 
or three months in the summer and 
the price charged would be much loss 
than Is now received from Elk lake 
fpr domestic purposes. The indirect ad- 
vantage, however, to Victoria of an Ir- 
rigation system In the Haanich pen- 
insula would be Sefy great, a nd any 
net revenue from Elk la lie would be so 
much to the good, as the purchase of 
Goldstream, has bftefi iotrsidered on the 
basis of no rp\'enue -whatever being 



\ji difflcult to realaer- that any obllgii 
tion rests on the present-geweratlon of 
rateiMxyers to provide at the present 
time for more than enough water for 
twJTbr three hundred tl iu r iBai i d people. 
If Sooke lake is to be held in reserve 
for iwsslble future develapmentV then 
the (Jesirablllty of acquiring the water- 
shed as a" first essential should be 
carefully oonsddered. 



TFvis Cou 
is worrK 
Hundreds 

of 
Dollars 
if you clip 
Sl ser\d 




GTrsFFtRsow 
Elevator 

Company 

Limited. 

Traders 
Bar\k B1% 

TORONTO. 



OBITUARY NOTICES 

Buxton 
The funeral of Ed win"" Herbert 
George,' the infant son of Sergt. and 
Mrs. Buxton, of Wcurk Point Barracks, 
took place yesterday morning at 11 
o'clock. Services Were conducted at 
the St. Pfturs chMirch,,, Esquimau, by 
the Rev. Baujfh .AilejS>» following which 
Interment took ,|>UK'e- In the naval 
cemctary at EsqinmaU. There was a 
large attenijancej j.'' ► 

M'iUh'air 

Th'c remains ."ftbe late_,DeiinU and 



Reginald Marshall, aged three and six 
years respectively, the sons Of Mr. and 
.Mrs. John Marshall, Carey road, \vho 
i>assed away on Wednesday evening 
last, almost simultaneously after a 
short lllnesa • wlU be Interred this 
afternoon In Ross Bay cenwHery— The 
double funeral will take place from 
the , parlors o^ W. J. Hanna, where 
services will be conducted at 1 o'clock. 



Moses 
A much respected pioneer of this 
city and the Saaiiloh district passed 
away yesterday morning at his resi- 
dence. Caledonia evenue, In the person 
of p. D. MoaeS. formerly a resldcpt 
of Saanlch. Deceased came to tills 
country al^out 50 years agOv He leaves 
one- son, Christopher, and one brotfier 
now on the way fi^m*i Pehrisylvanla; 
The late Mr. Moses was 79 \ ears of 
aE;e and a native of Wales. Th e -r e - 




mains have been removed to the 
Hannah parlors from where the fun- 
eral will take place. 



Uigh * 

Mrs. James L^lgh. one of the old - 
tiiAers of this city passed away at the 
residence of ' her son-ln-faw, Captain 
J. 'W. Gldley, 303 .Mary street, VttTtorla 
'V\''est, yesterday afternoon. Deceased 
was 81 years of age Und has been in 
this city for the last 22 ypars. She 
was a native- of Orono, Ontario, and 
reald<>d in h|pr native cUy for, ,40 years 
previous tocher coming to Uie west. 
Previous tO the reir^oval of' the family 
to the west Mr. L.el&h, her' fcusband, 
ran a machine manufacturing estab- 
lishment at Qrono. Upon their ar- 
rlyel In libs city Mr. Leigh s tar ^ the 
Leigh sat^'mllls which are- now being 
carried on by the sons. ■>,There aur- 
vlve ■ her three sons. .Toh n- Llewellyn 



and Sidney MInto, both of this city, 
Albert, of Ontario, .and one d^iighterr- 
The fuTreral has been arranged, to 
take place from the residence of her 
son-in-law, Captain Gldley, 303 Jilary 
stre^t,^ on Saturday afternoon next at 
U, an'^ o'clock. ' The Rev. Mr. Woods will 
conduct the services. Interment will 
bp made In Ross Bay cemetery. - 

.SiEATTLE, Aug. 25.~The United 
States assay office has received the 
■following shipments of gold: 'From 
the Traill B. C smelter, $15,000; frbm 
Fairbanks, $48,000; from the Copper 
'River district. $8,000. The ..Trail 
smelter shlpmeru was almost^ pure- 
gold. being .995 fine. :' , .' » 

"Mfcbaoy 85»p— dltlptectp'st — Is atrcofj^ 
leoammmicled hv the medical pn^fenoion i« 
%tHbaoUitd aettiost infeotki^:' diaaasos. im 



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'AT THE- 







The new styles are handsome. We would like to have 

you drop in and see. them. 
The earments themselves will exhibit their own worth 
more than anything we might say of them. Also all the 
Jatest shades and blocks for Fall in Stetson and Hawes hats. 






Stetson 
Haivc 




$4.00 





Wlstill have a fe^y o|m kAI^NEL SUITS and QUIll^G 
■ SHIRTS which w^lare'selling out at HALF PRICE. 
Straw Hats afnd tettjpi^ Hats, HALF PRICE. Everything 

*'for thys Man. ~ 




The Covert Top Coat 

is an admirable garment 
for between seasons. At 
$1,5 to $20 we show 
good values. 

Should you not find just 
what you. want in our 
large stock we carrmake 
to your special order a 
Suit or Overcbat. They 
finish it in Four Days 
at the Semi-ready shops 
i n M on t re a 1 . Four 
hundred expert tailors 
there. 



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Clotliiers 



Exclusive Agents Sfemi-Rcady Tailoring 





CO. 



Hatters 



614 Yates Street 



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Friday, August 26, 1910 



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CTORIA DAILY COLOOTST 



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Cents 






ESOF 
T DISI 



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You can get 

a half-pound package of "Salada" Tea sufficient 
to make loo cups. . 

"Salada^' is grown in the best tea districts! 
of the island of Ceylon; at an altitude of over 
5,000 feet, It includes only the tender leaves 
and buds of the tea plant. It is packed in air- 
tight lead packages to prevent contamination. 
Its purity is j^uaranteed. 

"Salada" is never sold in hulk. 

Ask yoiir;,Toc('rf(,n- "Salada" Tea or 

send for ;i (Vi-i: trial pai k.i^r. Wo mail 
it williiMit I'h.irj^o. S,u' XI. !u-l liiT vou 
iisi^ Ulaok, Mixt-il or Green Tea and 
tlie price you pay per pound. 



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British Capitalists Now Look- 
ing Over LafAer Properties 

■^ of F?oftlancl Ganal Camp — 
Some Good Sliowini^s 



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rnmn 



Yrarly n»le« 

over 80. (KM), 000 

"Salada" Tea Co. 

Dept. "A" 32 Yongo St. Toronto 

BRAXCllES MoMiMal, Boston, Huflalo, Detroit, Chicago, 

ip. St. JLouisaod, New York. 



Cleveland, I'litsbi 



Out' of til.- in.'Milii'rs 111', the pai;ly 

that wpii ti'; '11 ihc I'rtnod tjreorgp 

\vith Sit W i'.liia LaiiviiM- and thC' 
other irfoininifiit pni n ii'ians , who tn- 
eoinpany hlin pii his i)reaev\4 tour, 
speaks glowingly of Stewart. Thore 
Is. much activity in the, district over 
2,000 clalrn.s having been located In 
the Portland Canal and Big .Salmon 
districts to date. -.■ . 

'•There Is groat pOBalblUtics lii Hie 
cainp," fte said. "Pevelopment has 
progressed oh three of the i)i;ln,oipal 
properties; -the — ^Portland Camil, the 
Red Cliff £Mid the Stewart. On the 
Portland Canal there are tttrep tyn- 
nels, all la good ore, and an Im- 
mense body has ~been demonstrated 
to exist. The aerial tram Is In 





place, and It la exi)eete<! that ihe'con- 
(.-ontrator will be in operullorj In a 
week or two. .' 

•'On, the Hed. t'liiT throe shifts' are 
l)eliiK wo-rked, and llie big timiiel -is 
now In ovei- "ao f(;t't. It Is tMinlldent- 
l.v t'xpeeted that the main ore \eln 
will he .'Struck at 1,200 feet, and if it j 
1h It uill mean a gnMt dfiil f'>r th«; 
camp. ' ,, i 

"(.)n the Stewftrt tin.-.- iunin!'.'< arei 
in on; \vitli._llne slu.iwlim, ( m wliat 
i.H railed the green leil^i' the ori' ruiiM ! 
very hi^h. .\l! llp"-r i,io|,.M-li.'.-^ an^ 
excellent i.ioiinslt i'Mi.s. , 

".\ |ii'' iini iH'ii I \ i.-^it'ir t(i llir , .imp 
la.si w ,-,.K w ..s Mr. I lurinian, ..f 
-Me.s.sr-M. Hii.iH'ek, llolYmun & Jewetl,; 
of liondon^ .\h-!lionrne and Kalgoprlii-. 1 

He wltli Mr 7\ I r:~Carsen, ,n>rmoi:ly I 

of the/I, e 1; >i i;:i\r been* looklng over! 
prope/tte.s and were very 'miieli lin- 
prea.sed. It is wot krfOAVn what jmi-' 
ixise they have in mind, and by .some I 
It i.s thought t,hat the Ijurchaso of 
one or otlier of the best propbsitlons 
may result. »- .Mr. Hoffman himself 
would give no inl'urmii.llon on th«, 
point; nierely., stating that since the 
camp vvaa a new one he wished to 
look. over It personally. ? ;, 

•one of the Ulg. deuls Of the dytrlct. 

was the bonding 6f-^a— grottp on the 

I Big Salmon for JSCvOOO, the o\Vnera. 

j being Messrs. DiUy, Sullivan^ and 

Keefe,. th5i\p prospector's 

"On the Movmtaln. Boy camps are 
being put In and - the preliminaries 
being got ready^,. for extensive opera- 
tion. This Is one of Mr.- D. Dr 
Mann's iiroper tles atid IiiZstcw art he 
Is credited wtfR having stated that 
he expects to mak>> more of his min- 

I)ig claims In Portland Canal than 

out of hls-ralhvays. This gives an 
indication more than anything- else 



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OUR SPECIALS 



Fresh Shoulder Mutton Chops i6c 

Fresh Stewing ^-Mutton .'......... loc 

Australian Legs Mutton ,.;... . . .^c 

Shoulder Steak loc 



sliced Beef Liver 
Corned Beef . . . . 
Halibut Steaks . . 



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The Dessert That 
Is Always Good 



It is no longer necisssary to spend much money and hours of 
time making desserts that "might be good," when you can buy this 
delicious confection — Mooney's Sugar Wafers. It costs but little- 
money, requires no time and is always good. 



J^ioii%'s Sugar Waf^erl 

Thp Dainty Dessert in the Dainty .Package 



of what Mn^^Stann thinks t>f~t!Te"'c aft ii i: j 
"The Portland C anaJ sh ort line la' 
now graded twelve mlle.«rand It l8;ex- 
pectod that the rails will' be laid by 
the end of Septe mber. The grade of 
this llneTs rSTT'teT't in twenty-four 
miles, so that there is no dlftlculty 
on that point./ . 

"Two new townslte« ar& about to 
l)e put on the market, that of the 
Stewart tow-nsite company and 
Mann "acf31tlon, ^ both adjoining 
l<rescnt city." 



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AT THE CITY HOTELS 



There is nothing like th'ese spicy sweetmeat sandwiches in aH 

nada— nothing half so tasty. Years ofexpcriment, experience and . 

excellence are back of Mooney's Sugar Wafers. You know our record 

as Canada's premier biscuit makers — you've eaten our Perfection 

Cream §!odas_aniLour Chocolate Chips — now try our Sugar W^afers, 

In 10 and .25 cent dust and damp-proof tins, 

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REAL ESTATE 

Members Victoria Stockbrokers' Association 



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If you have property to sell, list 
ft- with us. — 

, If you wai^t a house or a lot, a- - 
farm or water "frontage, we can ' 
,.l5upply^^ou with a bar'^ain. 




RLAN 




List your lim its with • us. .~We 
specialize in this department and 
receive frequent enquiries fof 
class holdinirs.'' 



nil C,C)\ ERNMRNT STREET 
P.O. Box 618 , 'Phone 2445 



At the K^ir Edward. 

.Mrs. J. .f. Hagan, Cliemalnus; MT« 
Meaiey, I>uncan8; Mrs. Moaley, t>un- 
cans; H. L. Blyd on. S'mvcouv er ; H. J 
Halt. Vancou-Ver; JT. J. N orris, X. Saan-' 
Ich; Mrs. F. J. Norrls. X. Saanlch; Hli- 
(len Graham, N. Saanlch., Miss Eleanor 
Ciib-jori, N. Saanlch; W. J, Havernx. 
Ontario; J. W. Simpson, J>ntarlo; H. K. 
Plrle, Sejittle; V. Volli"nl>recht. Wliid- 
B or. O nt.;. A. PhlUoker. Windsor, Ont W. 
P.- Purdy, ToiKjnto; Mrs. Purdy, Toronto 
A. P, ParrielJ, Caspor; Miss Uarn«^l. 
Casper; H. M. Sinclair. Toronto; Mrs. It. 
M. Siholalr. Toronto, H. M. Ramsay. 
Vancouver; V. Show: Vancf'Ouver; .1. 
Waddlngton, Vancouver; W. B. Show, 
city; L.. M. RlvlS, Toronto; J. p. Lynn. 
Vancouver; P, E. Butchart. city;" Mtb. 
P. E. Uutchart, city; W. H. Ward, Al- 
bernl; J. "It. Memlaworth, Vancouver. 

At The Somlnlo»~- , ' 

. Mr. Mrs.' OavU ttpi6 fa'mtl.y. Loa An- 
gehes; V. M. SeBit*«er. Skldegate; Mr. 
and 'Mrs. P. Mclionald. Ehurnc; W^ E. 
Buckingham. Ebtirii: r\ Baum. -Butler. 
Wash; G, Waddlngtor, Butler, Wash.; 
Mrs. P. Nauphton, Ecjmonton; J. B. Al- 
lison, Granuni. '"Xltc., W. O, Ogdpn. 
Madison, Wis.;' Miss F AValkcr oad- 



Miss O. Walker. ViMMWouver: ir 8. Mnn- 
hia .Kialama/oo. ,j, L. Ch i rsrr^— SJtSTra- 
to6tt/it>. JJ.«Conhacit.. Sftjkaujon; M. 
Macztila. R*V»l§t.okeV B. H. K^rr, ,t<t. 
John. N. B. . Mr and Mrs.' Douglas. 
.Vancouver; K. M. l>ouglaS, Vancouver: 
J. P;- ILllHc o. V.Tncouvnr;' ij", 1 >onqyan. 
Vancotiv-cr; C. A» Bl)«rt. Mnys\IUe. B|pns 
arr: and .Mrs: F IT). F^ce, Detroit, liisa 
A. Pa_kerj A\'lnniyeer';'^l(Br. A. Kett. feir- 
il» .r. l' _I ^n|T»; 'r.8J>fcttrtr>t A. l-'lsHer. 
iKalt~Cake t^ttrr-Mf-and M™- «■ /itu- 
emnan, PhUp<JfIphr«T''MlSs , A. Cody. 
Portland; iiflHs K. D. Adamh'on, Port- 
land; 1j, .1. Cowie and. wife. Vnocouvcr. 
J. H. Boyd. S<;flttlo; Afr., aiuI Mrs. F. A 
Blair, WIcHttinidstel'-. J. O.! earlier?, Ev- 
erett; Jr.' Hatcher, Prangcrvlllc', Ont.. 
W-. R.Hall, UUrtofi on Trent 

At the Brunswlok. 

A Werner and wife, Melbourne; 'W. R. 
Banks. BIsbee, Arl/... ..Miss U O. LttMe, 
."Sydney,. Aust.; f"! ^^ Prints. San I'"raiv- j 
. I.sco; C^ '5P.'Hiartl%n!l»,, Seattle; Thiis. 
Powell and \% ife.- l4»coihbej G. ti, Thn\e, 
Winnipeg; A. I'lotiijlji anrf spn. I>ad\-- 
smllh; K. I.. .Cront. ffljibbl<k- JilU; 3B. Mf-- 
Kenzlfi: V«nr>tii<^<H'.TJ^H. Cfope,' TOlijclst, 
Tex. W U. IioMiisorii;. Vali^oiner; ■ 

At the 'Victoria. '•« 

F. Scbultz. Vancouver; Elliot Parr.- 
son; Sldfipy; V. I^awton. F. Lewln, Jno. 
(.!.„I>avls. Miss Kathleen Gordon, I''uron 
L. Blyden Playciis: Geo. G, Baton and 
wife. Seattle. V. W: Sloan. Seattle, 
Chas. Watson mid Wife, Vancouver; W. 
.1. Farnlll, St. Cathrlnes; Jas. H. Ro«j, 
Vancouver; Phil UiddbloOTn. Vancmi- 
couver; Geo.. Taken and- family, Norden 
Man.? T. W. Und<jii, So»tU*4 — B. 1'. 
I'ranks,' Everett; J. Btsbols, .Seattle, T^ 
t'arn., Jordan lllver: F. Symble, BelfaHl. 
Iruland; .r. S. Wnlsh,, .Skldegate; AV. il. 
Leceny; E. "Thuhalt, Va'ncouver; H. A. 
Smith, New, We.s:| minster; ll. D. ' I..ldlaii, 
llvcrett. Wash.; IViiis Glbsoij. Blyden 
I'lavers; F. Mordon. Sertttle; N. McLemi 
Seattle; J. S. Pyke, Vancouver; A. Cam- 
eron,_Saakat6on; C. L, Flxley, Portland, 
)re; 'N. Lor-^nson;' M. Treleawan, Van- 
r; W. .1., Wnlih. Vancouver; W. E. 
)any, Vancouver. 



Smoked Kippers .....'.': 12 J/^c 

Always fo the front in quality and price *" 



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At ^he Balmoral. 

Robert Lowe, city; D. Spencer, Vnn- 
couveV; Mrs. and Miss Roberts, Sydjiey. 



FOULKES WONT GO 

TO ST. JOHN TOURNEY 



OTTAWA, Aug. liB.— Owlpg to the 
fact that he is leaving .shortly for the. 
West, Capt. R. F. P'oulkes, Canadian I 
tennis champion, will ''n6t compete at 
the AU-Canadlan-U^ahia championships | 
at St. John's. .Mr. R. S. Raby.,^an-i 
other local crack, ha« also declined an 
Invitation to take part. ■ 

1'lds pair represented Ottayira In the 
dnubles, during the recent Toronto 
tournament, and It viaa more through 
hard luck In playing both iriatclteK on 
the same day, than Bupcrtorlt.v that 
heat them. They did not like the way 
the Toronto dubs handled the tour- 
ney, both of the Canadian singles and 
double*, championships, being settled 

otl t he S:! i 



CANADA MAY SEND 

TEAM TO ENGLAND 



WATCH FOR OUR SPECIALS 



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Pacific Market, Ne.xt to P. O., 
Government Street 



Island Market 
Corner Johnson and Douglas. 




P. Burns & Co., Lt 



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Display 

Friday andJlurday 



TXDTMDUALTTY in ClotJigj§^ mieans general 
distinction 6f pattenj,. originality qf effect, alert- 
ness e.xpressed by vigorous clean Tli3kes,trimness of 
collar, set of the coat, the general air of swing and 
'life— "Difference.'' - .- 

These are distinct feattires in our XEW 
PROPER CLOTHES, Suits and Overcoats, on 
display Friday and Saturday, at our specialising 
prices. 




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You will be convihced of their superior 
workmanship over other rnakes 



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YOUXL LIKE OUR CLOTHES— Reg 







Imported French and English Hats hay? tjust been opened *tff>,itt;t:h€ smartest 
English and American styles at ^3.00, ij53.50 and $4.00. 

, j. B. StctjLon''S High Grade Staple and Noveltv Shapes, ,$4.00, $4.50 and 

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Montreal team^ Is strongly supporting 
the plan. It Is thought that the te»in 
rr.uld nrrango Cliough gnmes to pa.\ 



ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY COLONIST 



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VICTORIA REAL ESTATE 




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Acreage 



Five Acres, all inider cultivalion, wiili ncAV .4-room, lar.uc 
iiiiu--c, ln-;Uc(| nil Ft'Itliain KM: ijn I'lil'l lu-arinL-' I'riiii 



140 mil i/v«ii,.j, 

I Id'-, 35 \.iiiiii; iri'c-;, 1 ;iaIc si i aw IxTric^ nml other small 
!rnit - ; lialaiirr 111 \n iiali k"^. 



'rico, tin tcniis, $6,750. 



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Is fan Ik' anaiircil. 



Strawberry Vale Park, 5 acres, partly shislicd, nur sitiia- 
1 i"ii, I 'rice $750. ^^ 

;Pender Island— i)S acres, \vitli well buih I"i; hoii'S'e, and 
,l;'"h1 Will: about 2,('n>o cedar poles ami i^niui limber; 40 
.I'll- Call l>e cviltivatrd. 'Jdiis ])iopcrty lias ov.er -'iiali- 
mile watcrinnit. Price, on anv reasonable terms, $2,000. 

Business Property 

One Lot 60 x .120, /just off Douglas St — Price $9,000; one- 

iliinl cash. 
Yates St., less than i block from Douglas— ICX> x 120 and 

lar-e 2-storey brick building— $70,000^ on tei'ms.; 



Business Property 



Yates Street, between Broad and Douglas, 100 x 1 2(^ feet, 
with .^sl"^v lirick buildiiip:, produciiij^ }^.),,,1 it\<imh:. 
Will be smI.I cheap) to close estate. . Price,$i5o,odo. \'cry 
rca-' iiiabje teinis 

Victoria Harbor Waterfrontage Two I;6t,S, ^pqtiinialt 
Road, bciwcen Iv'ck I'.a}- atid I'oinl HHicc Bi/.mgtt^3']i:o 
feet ii \.aicrironthge,. 'Revenue producing. $r8,000. 
One-third cash. , . • 






Cook Street, Two Lots on Corner, nice' eleyatioi^:«ach lot 

is 6o-:X 120, all fenced, cit\- \vater passes'property, PHce 
■ $325 each. ,$25 cash, balance $|.p per rpontfer- 

On? Lot, Close to City Park and_ Tramway Park— YateB 
Kstaret "Tnce $300,on easy tOTis.. 




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Government Street 

Choice Corner 120x120 



In the Business-Section. , LOW-, PRICE— EASY TERMS. 
- Sure to advance during next ninety days. 




P. R. RROWN, LIMITED 



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Moneg to Loan. Fire Insurance Written. Stores 'and Offices to fient. 

Phonf 1076. 1130 BROAD STREET. ' ^ P. O. Box 428 










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$2400 

, FIVE-RCX)MED~COTTAGE 

This has been built about two years, Is 
modern In every way, proposed car line 
will pass property. Lot is 54 x 120 feet 
to ,.a lane. , ' 

Easy termia.'' 




'new five-roomed bungalow 

. Wideyeraadftti, r«ct»ptlo*» hall, bvAH-ta 

sldoboard, beam ceilings, burlap, plate' 
rails, window seats. ' Inside mile circle;' 
half bloc-lc from cars, Close- to lot 'held 
at $4,500; Arrange terms. •^.m;»« 



$3000 



NEW, SIX-R00IV1ED HOUSE; 

Moderh ' n every way, full sls^e^ ba^ey 
jment; 50 foot Jot: half ISlbelffTronrfcar; ad- 
joins lot held at jisoO; inside half-mile 
circle, ' 

Verj- easy terms. 



$1650 



$1400 



COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS " 

Light, 8Bwer», etc., wlUi half Ipt; facing 
City Park; one block, ifrom car line. 

ly teftns. 




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ACRE LOT CLOSE TO CAR 



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Cleared; Inside lv4-mlle circle; welL 
drained. Very "good "buy. 

;^ Arrange terths. ^ 



$1575 •• 



FIVE- ROOMED COTTAGE AKiD LOT, 
80 X,.200 . 

Fruit trees, etc.; thn\i blocka from cars., 
corner, half block aw-aj\held at $12,000. 

Easy terms. 



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PEMBERTON & SON, mJSM^m 




200 Cash 



, And $25 per month will buy a_well built ' Tooir-room Cottage, 
thoroughly modern, with half an acre of good land,til6. drained 
and all fenced. Barn and brood house for chickens, and 32 assort- 
ed fruit trees.- Owner desires larger premises, which is the only 

" reaso.n for selling. 



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pO.BojtSO? 633 YATES STREET Phone 66 ♦ 

f LINEHAM-SCOTT SAND & GRAVEL c6r 
"^*°°''""%LINEMAM & CO. Jordan; River. , 



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Specials ; 



FEW DAYS ONLY 



Jio.'lt^h-sPRIOR STREET, flye- 
roomed bungalow (new) with 
cement ba8en)ent, electrlo llRht 
aua ifcil modern Itwprdvements. 
Price $1,500.00 cash ,...$2,500.00 

No. 266— LINDEN AVENUE, strictly modern 8 roomed house, , ^xtra 

larcf iTTtTir bciuiliful home. Easy terms, i^rlce ■...-....■.,,... J..>»^.OWJ, 

No. 260— ONE AND A HALF STdRY, 5 roomed house, built of brlrk. 

;,li ni..,i,.rn ,M„v.'nk-nc.-s. 1-L'acre of land, well stocked with fruit 
tr..c« Kr.c.i .-t.Mi.!.' i.nrl greenhouses, etc. %»y teWJM.- pflj^ ..-,.. .?4,000 



We Consider This An- 

Good Buy 



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No. :'0O— FERN WOOD ROAD, 



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,ce, all modern' eoiivfii- 



Onc of the most desirable business corners in the city, being 
the Southwest Comer of Fort and BlanclilMsd Streets, l^t 
6o feet on Fort Street and 120 on Bldnchard. You cap se- 
cure this at a figure today that will assure, ypri a handsome I 
pr6fit^«i'i'^1»«Jp^Qrt time. 

Also 60 X T20 feet on Fort bet^Yecri Quadra and Vancouver- 
revenue-bearing and below the m arket. 

Buy on Fort Street, whet? the movement i? and reap large 
returns. 




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;; 60X 120, near corner of Quadra and-^^^^ Price for a few days 

. — $13,500 _ 

Terms : Ohe-third^cash, balance i and 2 years equal pay- 
'■ rtients, 7 per cent interest. 



I- i.sy •,.::... . ; .vholc buBlness for ^,500 
irgaln on this street, the- lot Is ftO x 120 



FORT STREET— We h., -„_ ..^ , . 

with gpod 7 roomed h..usf. Call nt office .for pHrticulars. 

. ^ COITTBAdTOSS TAXS KOTIOB 

■W'p have sflvprn!' lots thnt are Kennlne harfralns. tNVERTlOATfi! 

Canadian- American Realty Co, 



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1204 Doufflns Street. 
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623 Trounce Ave- Phone 2443 



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* 160 Acres, nii main road, i ! :i milcs' from rail\\ 



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Between Quadra and Van- 
couver Sts., 6oft. witK good- 
house. Monthly rental $35. 

Price $200 
Per Foot 

Fine; building 'Site west of '■[ 
Dunsmu ir's Castle^ 195 x 186. J 
ft. Price $9,500.- • ' 

We can give easy terms ;; 
on tbc!<c. 



HOWARD POTTS 

Bownass Building, Broad St. 



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ii Choice Property near 
Duncan for Sale 

Comprising 271^ acres (W cleared and about 15 vindcrdraln«-'1.> Kt- 

cellent 7 -roomed house, with modern conveniences. Greenhouse bnxn^ 

stables, cowhouses. Hay barn (with carrier holds 35 tons.) (V.-har.l 

•and small fruits. Good well and living sprng. sufficient for a'' "-^^ 

posea of irrigation, AllJ^l and well fnnoed. P rice.. ............. .^n, wo 

A.-W- JONES, Limited 

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Monai fiealiij Co.:: 



"phone 1 165 
1332 Government St. . 






rrTillside I r CONTRACTORS! 

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\ 1 tw-ci A-1 biilhilnK Iot."i in Oak 
tiay munlcipailly cIoho tf> car and 
Bcliool at n prlco away bplow 
surrounding; valufH. Own<?r needs 
cash and must soil at oi\c(?. 81ee 
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Plummcr & Ridcout 



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COMPANY 

r 648 jS^ates St. Phone 1987 

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FOR SALE 

Comox, Vancouver Island 

I'b^nrfMl H!iil buwh ffixm."!; ^n- 
frdiitaKO !n dlsliict at nil prices. 
I''!n« fiirmlnir fountry; gooO loc«l 

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MCTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



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VICTORIA REAL 




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THREE ACRES, Colville Road, one block from Gorge car line, 1 3-4, miles from 
City Hall, price per acre - - " - ~ --^-^ - - $|,5U0 

THREE LOTS on Cowan Avenue, 150x175 feet > - - : - $1,800 

FOUR LOTS off Granite Avenue, edch - - - - $6,60-$700. 

THREE LOTS on Linden Avenue. 

TWO LOTS -on We^^^ Street~W^be sold en blo^k, price - $6^500 



FlVE~~WATERFRONT LOTS, Shawnigan Lake, about 2 V-'2 acjes^^mch, price 

per lot - . ~ - " - . - -■ ■ - - - - , - - . . $265 



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laijiing H larg^e deposit of Lijnestone aTiid'Clay suitable iof the maiiufact'iire of the finest grade 
"TCTf-'Cniiei.it. It is well known that the deman-l for Cement i^ very much in excess of the sup- 
ply. It is now usM extensively fts a Building Materia^ and owing to the large amount ;of 
buikline-, laying of cement sidewan<s and foundations for pavements, etc., now going on in the 
Coast Cities, contr,^ctoi-s. and others are unable to,obtain sufficieni material "to use in their 
business. Almost daily articles appear in the press relating the same story — the shortage of 
cement. The property which is now offered by us for sale can be Highly reconmiendcd to 
any one looking for an investment of this, nature. The shipping fjicilities aVe of t h c- b c »t. and 
any intending purchaser ean very ea.sily satisfy th^nise'lves^s to both the quantity and qual 
ity of both Limestone and Clay. 



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R. S. DAY & B. BOGGS 



Established 
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620 FORT STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. 



1206~Geyernment, Street 



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Hold the Fort 
Street Properties 



N. E. Corner Fort and Blanchard, fX) x uo. . Price. $40,000.,' $10,000 cash. 

Fort Street, Between ^lanchard and Quadra, (x) x 120. Price $20^000. $8,000 

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With full basement, Princess Avenue, msai^ity Park. , For quick sale, pnty ^2,950.^ Term< 



Fire Insurance a S pecialty 
P. O. Box 167 



APPLY TO 

COLES & ODDY 



Fire Insurance a Specialty. 



REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS 
1205 Broad Street, Next to Colonist Office \ 



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Cor. Broughton and Langley Streets ' Phone 1518 f 

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We have some goad acreage In 
smnn -blocks, for sale at Col-, 
wood, on very easy terms. 

Several blofics of land nn and 
near the new Mill 'Bay rtuui. 

Also several business propen- 
tlea In the h«art of Victoria. 



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157 acres of yr id land. .250 fruit 
treps bearing. ":^lose to steam- 
boat landing. Small house, barn 
and stables. An' ideal spot. 



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R. B. PUNNETT 

rttat* Af •ntt. Stocks. Znsanaa*, 

Telfphons ills P. O, Drawer 785. 
Soom 10, SKahOB Block. ▼Iftprla. 



ALBJLRT 1 OLLtR & CO. * 

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\ViII W'aiit ill. >..;it't\«.c.'..! ' G'THcr "i Pan.lura Avenue and 
., (Juailra Stroci ar a .Big Figvirc soon 

AN YBJQDY 

'Can Have It N'(uv for $15,000 . -' \ 

The 'lot is 59 x i2pfcct. lioiiiidcd on/riirce sides by streets 
and \Vith two good houses .thereon. Vr^ 



ITHIS IS A SNAPi 

■—$8,500 

♦ Buys Three Love'ly Lots with a Modern Dwelling Hou^ 

♦ Garage and Fine Ornamehtal Garden 

i On Government Street 

I .Convenient to Dallas. Road,, Park and- Cars, on \'cry Easy t 

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I Heisterman rormaa Co. 

I ,-««d7 Government St. Phone 55 \ 



Government 

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\ hM. Bridiiman 

Real Estate. Fire and Employ- 
ers Liability. Insurances 
f. 1007 Goyernhient St. 



Remnant Sale of Lots in Holiy Wood Park, Foul Bay 

WILDWOOD AVENUE, lot-s 20 and 21, covered wlthVgrHSft rfnd beauti- 
ful trtSfS, .one block from the bp.irh and ideal place to camp or for 
-.\our~TK>m> Prlop on each lot $600. Terms $50 cash and the-.bal- 
ai)<f,.at $15 |>er month. ' , ' ' •• ■ ■ . 

HA?EL' wool!) AVENUE, lOQ yards from the Kmil Bay beach, beatiW- 
fUf, hlBrh.,)»*-el lot, no rock, facing south and 'east. .This Is the finest • 
lot ln"lh«^' whale of, Holl.v wood Pa.rk and vvns retained by one of the 
syndicate for himself, but now has de.ilded that he^ needs morp than 
.. , onjB. lot. Erice $650. Terms $50 t'ash and the balance at $15 per 
montli. ■ ' I . ' ' ^,™_ _ 

HOLLYWOOD CRESCENT. It I;;, i- mtlfoliy . <vor.-3?rr"lor.50"irT20- 

, HlSfh, level, free from rock aud dry. This la. w'orlh easily $800. only 
one t>lo(|t from the street car. Price $600. Terms $50' cash and tlu> 
Imtanrc ai $15 per month. 

ROBERTSON 'STREET, \y(. ..un-'l -T !"t,-> nn i!iu^ street. -AU lo\-. I, 
Brassy, and onp block from KonI H;<y bcfn li.' Last week and, thi.s 
week we have sold till these except, two of the best lots, on which a 
-pjtrty had, an option until thi.s mornjng. Price $600 each. Terms' $15 
per month HOd $50 cash. ^ '■ •- ^ ' ■ ' 

RIOIMOND AVENUE SOUTH. On this street we had .10 lots, all- level 
cloincd, iiiffh, and dry, iind one block from the' FohI' Ba«H beach, street 
cars ,nui past. BulldiTuc re«tTlctl<ms of $2,000 oh all lots. We have 
only, 5 lotu left at- $550 each. .Nothing In the city their equftl at $800. 
Are yon fp'lng to let them all be cleared out and not own a Id! ;it 
I'Vul ,Ba.y? Term.s $50 cash and $15 per nionth on each Idt. '. 
We' have several liou.se snaps, all ntjvv. In desirable parts of the (•''>■■ 
on easy terms. Look them up before you buy. ' — — 

RICHARDSON STREET; beautiful levo.l lot^ In the Dousrlas estate 
just below (jovernrtjer)t ,hou8e,. These lots are iinsurpassed as a 
speculation as. the fashionable portion of the ' cl.ty la growing to- 
waids them, we feel confident they will be worth tl,.')00 eilch In two 
\rnrs. rrl<( . $fir>n, (in ciis-v li'i'ms. S^fwers ));is.« Ihe loti«. 

McPHERSOiN & FULLERTON PRO., Phone 1888 Trounce Ave. 



LETERS TO TH E EDITOR 

Uudecgxound Telephone Bylaw. 

Slr:-~or tli^ various ' bylaws dipon 
which ft vot« win be taken neiet W-eclt. 
the one most Important and perhaps the 
least un^lcrstood wli' be t.h« Under'- 
lircuiid Telephone B^law, and a brief I'e- 
vlew of events leading up to the pres- 
entation Of etti^e mw be t>f iope Inter- 
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For sevlBTal years pas.t there', .has been 
c'lnsiderable Hfirlt,ation against the con-" 
tinuance of tlic tisp of unsightly poles 
,nnd iiverliead wires bn slreets about trt 
"iip improved, and tho Council have from 
tim<» to lime been urped to take steps 
to deal with tht^ matter. The ((iiestjon, 
)Kiw«>iVer. proved' to he a difficult nOne. 
iiiir- tn th.. r.'u-t that the conipatiifM 
owning s.lld piilf's' had under their frati- 
<"l)l»p 8 legal right to maintain said 
poles and lines, and only by 'agrrenifiit 
■with said compaiiie.'» could the dcslieil 

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Coti'ncll, for the removal of all wires and 
p(.)lcs on Government i i i. ' i ' t! 'i i i t i I' lB' f i ^rg pav- 
log sAui thoroughfare. On taking up 
the matter with tho c^jri^panies Interest- 
ed « Htrong .oppowklon was. eVicounter-' 
ed.' objoctlohs ■ivere taken- on thescor^! 
of expense, and that In the absence, of 
lanes on alleys- In the b'f oeks. th e - a tcheme 
w-^nilTd prove impmetleable. ,Slhoe 490« 
this mlattor hn« fr/jm time to ilmie en- 
gaged tl,ie attention of the City Council. 
At the Close of IdO"? th* B. C,.' Tele- 
phone GOtnprtny .cxjiressed their willing- 
ness to meet the wnitheB of the city In 
the removal bf 'poles, providing -that n 
share of the expense would be taken 
care of by the alty. Durln^f the proii- 
ent yeifilr the t>ropo«al has been advanced 
to the point whore the desired result 
can be attained without ' cost to tli* 
f.ii'v. Sliould tlie bytaw carry, tho couri- 
cll Will' be enabled -to Include- the re- 
moval of poles In. . R'H Work of streef 
Improvement tindertnken. Tlie new 
building about to , he.-^erected by- the 
Ti'iriiiuuw ( ciiiiii.-.ii V ■ Ciir conirnl office 
''■ill ii irrniini'^ suitable 



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iZ4 acres, near Clayonttot. with 
water froftt of excellent sandy 
beach; price per acre ..... . $9 

Lot, Monzie.<i St., . nenr . ftlrh- 

• coe ■ ": '?'.••. •: . 81900 

L^fge lot. .Suimrior St.. OOiiHO;- 

near govetitimont bldga.. . .93100 

Bu.«<inoj?8 lot. «0xl20. Esqijrlinalt 

road, between Pock Bay and 

Point Bills brldgies, price, .fldoo 



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In llicxKsirfieltl E.stato, suHabli.' \"v stihtUiision inirposcs, . -o 
cipse to c^r and school. All mo^lcrn conveniences, .Price and t 
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Re»l E»tate, Loans, insurance i' 

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FORT STREET 

.GOx,rL'i) ■:■ . : .$12,000 

60x rjo . . , , . .. irifT. 12,000 

i;'i\K'o N./ii Hbincharil .St. , 20,000 
i,u>;i::i» xo.-n-n- ■i^irttifiiaMi, . ai.ooo 
Esqulmnlt. 
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$850 

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f riion« ~'j300. P. O. Box 45S. 

* Real Eotnt* Agront. 

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Sv\y iMiil'linL,, w itlr-.ovcns..to suit tclnaiTt;: Best situ. ii 



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Gil LKSl'ili & HART 

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Lots Close In 



Vaacouvfer Street — lait,^c lot. 

Terms,, $850 

Vtetoria West--1( it ; ^os 1 00. 
"$150 ca>-li -i . ... . . ?TT$400 

Davie Street-r-just ofi' Uk'k 

' l'.;i\ .Vvem ic, cement w alk 

jjiid l)i»ulevarfl, 64x120. 

' ' One-tliird caslr ] . . . . $700 

Corner Pernbroke and Cook 

- Tcrm.s' . . . - '. . . $2,500 

Corner Princess and Van- 
couver. Terras . . $1,256 

Vancouver, near Princess. 

Terms '. . $1,050 



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i CLEARING t 

50 .\creH of splendid hdttom land, t 

.«e«frohtaffe, .^5 acres cleared, I 

Ifively . running stream flows ♦ 

.throufeh the .propesty;' all j 

I'cnrpil no buildings; within , 2 I 

li'iin-<< from Victoria. Price per I 

acre ....... , . , , , , 950.00 T 

ANOTREB SNAP | 

s" Acres of A-i land uncl-.ue.i. t 

with both sea and JAke frontagr: t 

land l<»vei and easily cleared, 1 

■ Tadjotiilftg wharf, near school, * 

about two hours .^laMn^Ylclorla. ♦ 

A desirable proper.ty aud'n Kond . * 

i"iv !.{, ppr acre $26.00 I 

AWOTHBB SWAP f 

II.'. Acree, small orcliard, 10 acwn * 

of , fine land, ele^treil, smaii I 

— 'houKe and outbulldlngrft; n tni"' ♦ 

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COAL COAL 

Victoria Fuel Co. 

022 Trounce Ave. Phono 1377 



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Corwin Offered For Sale 

SiHATTLE, Auh;. -u. — Spfu:ulat P'h 
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Hteamor Corwin, which 
•turned aft^-i- HuondiiiK' ;i 
.•^ea.syn in.Alaakiin \\:ilir i.i'i m.ii'I 
to Eagle H;u-bur tod,: !. II ';'.'.> ''l 
ciinipany, agents for Hi. imml, ari- ,u 
tempting to sell lier or scoiiro a cnar- 
ter, but have nothing definite' to an- 
Udunce as yet. Steamer Ifarold Dollar, 
<_:apt. MiiClemeiits, shtfled to Everett 
today to load duiniMT !"' s.ni f' i :,- isco. 
Shf'"mny return t > Ta.-oina li.Mor,. re- 
turning south, luit more probably will 
sail direct from Everett. 



Aiie LINE 
COW HERE 

ilhj3. Alaska Pacific Steamship^ 
; '.Conipatiy Investigating a 
Field Witii ' Intention of 
Making Calls at This Port 



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By Government Wireless 



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RUNS LIME FROM 

SEATTLE TO CALIFORNIA 





Overtures Made to Balcom 
Line to Act a&-^VI-aftaging 
Agents in^ This City— Com- 
pany Runs Modern Boats 



The 

Hudson's Bay Co. 

Sole Agents 
For' British Cpiumbia, 



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FOE SAN 
FRANCISCO 



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Southern Caiifornla 



THROUGH SERVICE 

I.,ave Seattle 10 a. va.. .learner GOV- 
: f:XOR OK I'HEJ^IDENT. AuB. -JS. |^P»- |- 

For Southraitern Ala.ka. "^"^ J'^Vti. B" P 
or CITY OF SEATTLE Have* beattle » F. 

/"■TlcSfET":.Nb '^FREIGHT OKFICB-llK 
Wharf »trfct, Ph6rte.4. ... 

H. P. RirilET & CO., Ltd., AKcntB. 
C D. DUN AN N, Oen., Pasaenger Agent. 

1X2 MUrket St., San FrancUco 
tfor further Information obtain folder. 



The Alaska Pacific Steamship com- 
pany, which operate? the steamera 
Admiral Sampson, Buckham andj 
Watson on the Seattle-San Francis- 
co-Sun Diego route is conslderlngr en- 
Tering Victoria, and Mr. Ringwood, of 
the._ Seattle companyj is expected to 
arrive, here today to look Into the sit- 
uation. The entry of the Alaska- Pa- 
cific Steamshop company in the local 
trade has b een under con sideration 
for some time and overtures havt\ 
been made to the Balcom line, one Of 
the latest to be established of Vicii 
toria steamship concerns, to act as 
local agents for the line. The inten- 
tion is to have the steamers call «lO 
Victoria southbound from Seattle and 
put In bere from San . Francisco 
northbound. The company, operates 
in opposition to the Pacific Coast* 
Steamship company which has. for 
nianv years given a weekly service 
from Seattle to the Golden Gate by 
way of this port. 

Th» Fleot^ 

The Admiral Sarapaon, operated by 
the Alaska,. Pacific Steamship com- 
oanv, was formerly a New York-Cuba 
uaii and passenger steamer, a steel 
:\vln screw vessel with two docks, o£ 
J. 104 tons gross, 1,335 tons net /regis - 
i.T. Her dimensiona are: length, ^80 
feet; beam, 36 feet; depth, 22.:: feet. 
The Watson and Buckman are sister 
ve.ssels built by the Craig Shipbuild- 
ing company of Toledo. They ara 
twin screw vessels with two decks, 
each 1,820 tons gross, 1,237 tons net 
register, 254.1 feet In length, 38.4 feet 
_heam, andj'»2:8 feet deep. ■' ■^■ 

The' B«fa)cman .wua the. vessel on 
which <|i*ea tragedy occurred a few 
days ago. He: master, Capt. E. B, 
W^ood was * hot and murdered by Fred 
Thomas, a passetiger. from Sesttle. 
who afterwar-i e trapped « life pre- 
server a;bovit him nno sprang over th« 
mil. He. and another passenger, 
nnmo unknown, planned to hold up 
and pillage the passenger steamer on' 
her wmy to San Francisco.. 

The Tragedy. 

■ Apparently in accordance with a 
prearranged' plot, Thomas confronted 
Captain Wood" in his cabin at the 
very moment that his accomplice 
sought to capture the engine room. 

"You &re mj'— ^prisoner," said 
Thomas, as he pressed a revolver to- 
ward the captain's head. ^ , 

Captain Wood lunged at the in- 
truder. Thomas fired. The bullet 



8 a. m. -I 

p. dm I ;r>-,\- ■( 'l.ai-; calm; 
tllbU .s...auard, :!o.im;; i.s. 

I'apc Ua/.... I'lcai-, .mIih; 

;iO.IIS, "'-i; .Si';i .Sliliintll. 

■|',.t....,^li, 1-1, ■ar; .\ . lO. -S - 
mil,-,. J'.i.'.i;i, ,",:;, .s.-.i in.nlcrale. - 

l',i, hi o.i. I'lrai-; calii, ♦ -■' '■' i' , 
:■■_■ , .-.I a .siiio.il li, 

i;.„l.\.ni I'li'ai-; calm; 29.82; ■■ 
:'i7 ; MM ^111. "ii h 

lltcd.i i'l.,;iil\'; .-iroui.; 

W. a3 niilcB,, 2J,47, 4U, Ivuavy 

swell'. ■__ '■' 

Prince Rupert. — Cloudy; 
calm; 29.34; 64; sea smooth; 
Dolphin left Ketchikan 4.15 p. 
m., and'Portland left at 7 p. m., 
both southbound; in, Vudso 8 
p. m., and out again at 9 p. 
m. 

Noon , • 
Point Grey.— Clear; calm; 
thick ..seaward; 29.99; 66. ' 

Cafie~"X.azo. — Clear; calm; 
30.02; 62; sea smooth, 
___jratoosh.— Smokyj — 8i — E. 34 
miles; 29.92; 53. 

Prince Rupert.— Clear; light 
N. W.; 29.32; 70; sea sinpoth. 
Triangle.— Dense fog; N.^'.; 
2D.45; 50. 

Kstevan. — Cloudy; calm ; 
29.82; 60; sea smooth. T 

Pachena.— Clear; calm; 29.93; 
61; sea smooth; fog^y sea- 
ward. 

Ikeda.— Cloudy: atron* Ni 
W.; 29.08; 68; sea rough. 

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LEASES 




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Took Over Pacific Construc- 
tion Company's Dock at-the 
Foot of Yates Street— Is 
Negotiating for Steamer 



the Kumeric, as the veiljsel W«B search- 
ed three times at liongkong and again 
ul V.iluillania. After a careful search 
had been made at Yokoliaiuu tlie Jup- 
arieae police again went through the 
vessel. There were no tiigns of any 
Stowaways aboard." 

Antilochus Coming 
'Pile KteamiT .\ntili>chuH, id' the Blue 
Funnel line Ih "h ibc vv;i\ irom Yoko- 
liama. on the I i.M b < i.l Iut Iouk vay- 

jigi,- fr.iiii I.U'ti I, bringing a large 

ci^rg.,! "L ).;. In r,.l ir. itjld, and as pas- 1 
I yenger.s sbi> ii.i:- :;.'a I'lrinese from; 
illongkoiiK i.ir \i.i.iiia. The Antibi-! 
i c bus left YokoUumu un -August -'ah, 
';.n.TiK duo here next Friday. I Ur 
, u,'.. includes '.>00 ton.s i^^ '■. I.nidr.i 
,, ;,t ilie outer wharf and ':«'< t.'ii.-, m- 
i eluding .shipmeni ' ' '■•! PM"' i.'ribf 
[.Kaqulaiult Wat., r . -i :.. . aii.l ii;.\.il 
Stores io be landed ut I'^sciuimab I ' 
I'Vancmfver-.' Hbe lia.s i;,000 tons .d v m 
^■rul freiglil, nur.-^ii; ir.uu ib.: I'mii'd 
Kingdopi. 

The .s,teanior Cyclops, ci Uurf line, 
which 'was scheduled to base Liver- 
pool' on Saturday last foi^ this port, 
has been replaced by the Titan. The 
Cyclops le to be ' continued in this ser- 
vice, but owing to her stranding s^inie 
time ago in tte Red Sea, near Jeddah, 
she has had :to make, further repairs 
on arrival home, and hek- sailing has 
leen-deferred. The sailings of the 
Titan and Proteallaus has consequent- 
ly been advan^l, and the Cyclope 
will follow the Proteallaus taking the 
date for whtdh tViat vessel was origin- 
ally scheduled, via., October 15th. 

Mr. Waterhouae haa- li^en advised 
by Andrew Weir, owner of the WelF 
fleet, that the latest additions to his 
floating property, the big steamers 
Luceric and Orteric, will probably 
reach thi a coast by the end or the 
present ycar^ Mr. Waterhouae is In- 
formed that they are far sviperior to 
the Kumeric and Suverlc, now on the 
Tacoma, Victoria-Manila route. 

The steamer Roseric. another new 
steamer recently *ornpleted for the 
AVeir fleet, has left to enter the Aus- 
tralian maijl service. The Roseric Is 
new on her way from Hamburg to 



Ancient Order of Foresters first 
Annual Picnic 



AT DUNCANS 



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Saturday, August 27tli 

SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE 

Tr.iin-; leave \'ict('i-ia at a.m. : and' 4 p.m.. , Retumiilg, 

l(Ni\ inir J)uiic.iu.- ai ';:i5 I'lH- '' ' '! ■ ""' 

A Good Programme of Sports 

ADULTS. Jpi.45 >'." . CHILDREN, 75^ 

'J'ickcu iiia\ ]>'-■ had I'mni any member of the corrlmittee 



penetrated the captain's brain and ho 
fell dead. T.ic mas then made his way 
to the deck carefully adjusted the 
life p reserver and vaulted over the 
i-all. He was not seen again. 

In the meantime nis companion, 
whose name has not been learned, had 
been overpowered by the engine crew 
and placed in irons. A ger^eral alarm 
ensued. Passengers rushed to the 
deck to learn of the dark tragedy. 

The ateamer President was signalled 
before- Ipng and searched through 
the night for Thomas, but no trace 
of the man could be found. It was 
presumed that he had been able to 
keep above th< water for only a short 
space of time. 

The details of the crime Mere com- 
municated to San Franotaco by wira- 
less. , ' 



Railway Connmigaion in' B. C. 
OTTAWA, Aug. 25.— Chairman Ma- 
bee and Dr. Mills are the two mem- ; 
hers of the , railw ay commission who 
will hold a seHes of sittings of the 
board, at points in the west. Including 
Vancouver. Victoria. Lethbrldge, Win- 



The Balcom ateaniship , line, which 
is at pF?5^' operating the pteamers 
J U Card and Grainer in the general 
freighting business U^tween Victoria 
and British .Columbia and Puget bound 
ports and to northern British eolum- 
bia, yesterday leased the whart. of the 
Pacific Conairtictlon Company at the 
foot of Yates street for a year, and to- 
-day painters will begin work to paint 
the-company'a name on the ware- 

\-\ ft 1*1 fl o 

The Balcom Ihre-'iftlaeasiB.Bhortly^-^ 
augment Its tonnage. Negothrtlonfrare 
under way for the " purchase "f «; 
steamship now in British waters^ This 
vesael la of 1.200 ^ons reglater, and 
was formerly engaged jn the fruit- 
carrying trade. If the purchase of the 
vesael Is effected Capt. Balcom m;111 
leave for England to arrange i<^r Uie 

bringing out of the steamer,- which ,,^,y^. qu nej- way irom rnxmuuiB <■" 
I will enter the northern British Co- Australia, and will come-from theAn- 
lumbla coasting trade next season. J upodea to North Pacific ports— This : 

steamer Is in command of Capt. Sran- 1 
Ity Shotton. formerly of- the Manilla ■, 
liner Suverlc. lie left the latter vea- 
sel In the Orient and went to Europe 
to take the Roseric. Tbe new steamer 
Is a shi^jter deck cargo vesael of 4,700 
grosa tons. Her lepgth is 405 feet, 
beam 62 feet and depth 23 1-2 feet. 
She can carry 8,000 tons of cargo dead 
weight and has atcommodations for 
12 saloon passengers and 100 in the 
steerage. \ ■ , , 

The Australian' Mail line, recently 
aeeuret! the Contract for the next year 
of freighting the augar output of the 
Samoan fields to the refinery at Van ;^ 
couver, B. C. This la a large contract 
.end during the next year will call for 
the transportation of, pr.obably be- 
tween- 12,000 and. +6.000 &ans ol augar. 
The Australian Mail llneN^ no^v op- 
' Crating fiv<« vessels between\hla coast 

, ■ I and the Antipodes and- Mr.\ Water- 

I house states that this buslnessHscon- 
The R M. S. Empress of Japan is) stantly growing, with every Indication 
expected to reiK.rt by wireless from of continued increase. The liners W- 
aea today en route from Yokohama. \ „'ard bound carry timber and general 
The C. P. R- liner la due at the outet' cargo," rind, returning, they bring coa^ 
wharf tomorrow from the Orient with gugar and other freight, 
a large cargo, , i needing a valuable 1. . •- .^ > 



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Empress of Japan is Expected 
Tomorrow From Far East 
—Kumeric Leaves on Qut- 
"^ward Passage ■, 



CLERGYMEN, mENII-ON' 

.'\ft.cr Conference, enjoy the beauties 
and gfrandeur ' of the Pacific. Coast as • 
\icvscd from our Palatial Steamers on trij) 

To Prince Rupert or Stewart 

i;ni(]VK-, lr.-.inu-ii\c and IiT^pirint; 

For Prince Rupert, Stewart, Queen Charlotte Islands 

Via Vancouver 

Ss. PRINCE RUPERT— 3.500 Tons— Ss. PRINCE GEORGE 

DOUBLE WEEK1.T SAILINOS 
EVEKV MONDAY, 10 a. ni, " |,.^ EVERY TBIDAT, 10 a. m. • 

rOB SEATTLE 1k.T MIDNIGHT , 

EVERY SATUBDAY | EVEKY WEDNESDAY 

BETUBNIHQ— Leave Seattle on Sandaya and Tharadaya at Midnight. 

iNTERNATiOf^Toi^^ i^OUTE 

R6ache.s All Points In 

Michigan. Ontario, Quebec.-.Maritime Provinces, 

New England, New York and South and East 

m-^"^ Via Any Route, 

nneat roadbed modern a., luxury 

Srt'=teCorSomre!rT!'p.dock^ Street, rear of Post 

'^"iS?- ^^,^,?p4^«oW ^*'°"%elephone 2431. HAROLD BROWN. 

..^J^.^'^'^Pf'^^k -^- ^ Uock and Freight Agent G. T. P. S. a 
"'General Agency Trans-Atlantic Steamship Lines. 




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silk shipment. The-white llrter haa u^ 
large complement «f passengers. | 

The steamer Kumeric, of the Wdr 
•ine, passed out Ih the earjy mornir 
from Vancouver en route to Mi.inl 



NO PARK -RAILWAY 



f nlpeg abd Fort William. ^ThejremHln , tw,^ g^gamer ivuraenc, ui ....v.- ..^.. . . .. .. ..^ ^ 

4«r of Ifie bf.ard under the presidency passed out Ih the earJy morniflg Vanooyver Board Rejecta Propoaal to 

of D'Arcy Scott will hold autiimn alt- ^ 'i"*' pa»=vu i^ui. . .„,'„ •Mn.iiiiL., o..uu \ -.^^ A,.»..n^ fitanr«w 

tings here, bcginnliig September 12th, 




S. S. VADSO 

. Will Sail on . 'l 

Thursday, Sept. 1st 

II p.m. 

Calling at Rivers Inlet, Skeena, Prince Rupert. Naas and 
' . Stewart ... 



Union S.S. Company 

• ■ Of B. C, Ltd. 

Direct Service tict'-.vran Vancouver and, 

STEWART ^ 

The favorli.-,'' i)a.«.senKcr steamer 

*'Camosun" 

leaves Vancouver every Wednea. » p.«l. 
Ar Prince R\upert every Krl. Bxtemoon 
ArrlvOB Stewkrt every Satar. afternoon 
Loaves Stewart every Saturday 6 p.m. 
Leaves Prlnr* laipert every bun ft. aim. 
Arrives Vancouver every ^;^«isday a.m 
Tickets from Victoria at 1106 Wharf 
street. Telephone 1164. ' 



Mexican Trada , 
OTTAiWA. Axiff, w;— A. W. Donly. 
trade- commissioner In Mexico, sees an _ 
Opo'orturiltv of trade . deyelopmenta 
with Canada in steel and j;6al. Ho 
point? out that oh the Pacific coaat \ 
pt Mexico are many deposits of ore 
for high grade ateel, but tl>ere la no • 
coal. British Columbia on the other 
hand haa l«ts of coal but Its ores are | 
low. He thinks that a mutual trade 1 
could be developed, Mexico buying 
Canadian coal and the British Co- 
lumbians estamllahlng smeltera to 
treat Meiclcan; or ea. , 

X<rver*8 Y-Z (Wl»e Tteod^ fMsfnfe^^am I 
Boap Powd-rr dasted m die bath, soflcr.s j 
"•c water aud «ii»mfoclfc ^ j 



via the -usual porta of call, carrying 
a good cargo. Since the Kumeric ar- | 



Build Lirte Around Staniay 
Park Shore 



a gooa cargo, wince mc Ivulllw^- — 1 

rived trom the Orient a 'number at i .viAiNOOimBR, Aug. 2-3.— The Van- 
Chlheae -atowaway? have been found I conver park ■|K>ard laat hlght vetoed a 
on beard and' ordered deported. Off I- . proposal, to gi-ant a franchise to an 
Cera of the Weir ateamer advance the Independent company, who desires to 
theor^ that the preaence of the Chi- construct a scenic railway around the 
.5^se^>n board is^due to a scheme to foreshore of Stanley park. The sug- 



get back to China withoui paying 
■pjia.sage money.,' the Chinese making 
thei r way on board when the Steamer 
la handling carga with the knowledge 
that they will be deported to China 
when found on board. Chief Officer 
Cummlnga. of the Kumeric sald:,"Th*> 
Chinese atow away on the United 
States and Brltlah- Columbia coaat 
Juat to get a free paaflage back to 
Hoi^gkong, There waa no poaslblUty. 
or their coming ' from . the Orient , by 



gested scheme involved an expendi- 
ture of half a million dollars and was 
designed in «uch a way that the beau- 
ties of the park were not to be in- 
jured;' The board, however, ruled It 
out upon the ground that demands for 
farther concessions would probably 
follow. It -alsa contended that while 
transportation facilities were un- 
doubtedly needed, they would be 
murticipjilly owned. An altprhatlve 
acheme of a system of motor trains 
waa BUggeated. 



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6\4 Yates Street - ' 

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A^Iin B. O. -Dawson. Y T. and Fair- 
Iv.nks Ala.Ml<a. Conn-ctlona made at 
i?kaKwav with our daily trains, at 
Whlto Horse and Carlliou -i'' "'"• 
river and lake .steamers and 
with' Bteiim.TH for points on ' ■ '■ ' ■ ' ' '"' 
Yukon ri ■ ; 

por fii: ■ !'' '■'Tiat.ion apply, 

TBAFriC D^PARTMF.NT W. V Sr, Y, R. 
40J Winch Bullcling. VBiu-.,u..r. 1; = 




Loaves the O. T. P. Wharf at 7:30 

a. m.. every Monday, WodnatuKiy 

and Friday 



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--It (.'owiclKin l-.i,v 111 

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Leave Mayne Island at 7.00 a 

every Tnenday, Thursday 



Saturday for Victoria and way 

liort)^. 

See Time Card 

, rrolfrlit Accepted 

Thfi "College Widow" can Vie 
Chartered for .special trlp.s on 
SUhdnys. 



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Property 

Comprising about fouT acres, having 600 feet of waterfront on 
Victoria Arm, and 800 feet on Gorge Road. This property is 
very desirable for three large residences fronting on the Water, 
while the rear portion can be cut up into residence lots. It 
also is very suitable for a manufacturing ^ite. as it can be 
reached by small steam craft and barges. 

The price is very reasonable and' will be furnished on ap- 
plication. - W atdrfrontage -is increasing in Value right along ^ 
andtherc is a big profit in this at the 'price. 

Rencon Hill Frontage 

- 158 Jc 150 feet, fronting on Beacon Hill Park and nfear Dallas 
'■ Road^and the beadL ' Magnificent, and uninterruptea view 
•> of Straits and mountain ranges. Price, on • easy terms, 

t ........ .-r^.-vS8,000 

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t wKlet>ilUtivatioC rf^TWMft^ater .'^iipplv, hi -unati.^n. H-nts 
: oi>^in road. This is nno ■ ' ^r ;>>:- mi ihc d,s- 

'nir't, Trii <.', nil Icniis 

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i huiiiiened ti) the t'llins of the photo- 
1 BrM|)lii'i- the iilciiirca wIkmi soon by tho 

1 [lUbllo will .sh,,\\ |lii. siil.-uiliTl ;. .-MM till' 
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"T" ni,\ iiiliiil t lit- wiUsliiiuliiiK h a- 

ll.I'c "I Ihf U'i|> \\;is lllr :iN(i/Ul >'l 

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lain kiu)\vn to II- all. l.ui ni\i-r Im'I'oh 
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Rov, W,W. Bolton Tells ui lliu 
ExpedUion lo But[le.s Lakc| n 
— Pays Tribute lo Commis-I 
sioncM of L.aiTcls; I 



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Hiijlmos ,irhl 111.- r.sl d ili.- );.'\ciii- 
Jlii'lil !■ ■. |.|..| ;i l..i-\ ,c\|..m1 II 1. .h 1. 1 till 
l'M-.>\-inii,il |i;irU :iri-i\r.l I'li yi;sler(.la\'.s 
'liMJ*. 'I'll.iHn \vl;.,, att'illUXluied thclu 
■\\erc II. n. Bacun; whu was the ihict 
Kul(l<» of tho ijurty: J. ' Mmminir, Cei- 
ard l?oltoi\, l>'. rihaw. .1. Waihllnifluii. 
.). Hrliiluiuui, B., Smith, II. lioilHiux, 
I' Ja4iiU>suii, and the vhroo oanoenioii 
fn. in Duncans, David Antoine, Dun 
Gubourle and Bob I'homus. '. 

Mr. Bolton' Interviewed by thft Col- 
onist said: "We have been away: since 
July otli. and -the chief < onimlHsloner 
rtiturned ahead ,of the rest yf us, su 
that I am uhawarc of just what ha« 
already bcen'given to the i)nl)lic as tu 
the expedition. Now that we are all 
home againuJ may say that it has been 
an nmiualifled inu-oess, ihl*; not ^nily 
to the unceasing energy of all 'Wf its 
iTieml»ers and the hearty goodwill that 
ran tduoiigh us all, but in chief to the 
fore thought and defnocratic-nranner 
of Hon. Price Ellison. It has been a 
pleasure to wprk under and for him. 
The Park 
•As to the pariv Itself 1 may say that 
revisiting It after 16 years' absence t 
am more than ever enamoured of Its 
beauty. 1 thought that I niiglit-" per-^^ 
lisi^Ps h ave ex aggprated its grandeur 
in my own mind, but \ had instead 
underestimated it. The mountains 
around Buttles laktj are worth all the 

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Lriaiixulatod liuLtles luUo. Ih,- r. n- ■ i 
vsill nlvi' not only the tViif .-l, ii . 
main . • .iil.nifH .il' ill'' In I..- i .' ■ 1 ■ i ■ 
I. nr I li ,1 lal 1 .1'. -.o 1 1 1>, w hi. ll ■ i . ii,,. ! I . i . 

iiii. Il III disiputo. Wt;, also, note. I ..I 
111. iiiri'H-. Hti'cam.x, or.eek^ and ...a 
.:\ii!ii- wlii.'h il.iw in.- The inoMih of 
• '■i\ ,.ii.' ,.i lias, leems with' u-oui, 

,11.1 i'..l,.h.'l il..ln>.s llko Ml', Kdlisou, 
I- ,1 K. .'I'l ..iii;l.i 'I'lmo prevented ii)-- 
II. an ii.ii..v\ I'lj; oacli- - eiieek to ' it,s 

■'■"'II''- lini il will ake many sea - 

a;: I , , ,,, I,-, that' wiiVk,' but. from 
I a. II.. i 1, h 1 know. Wolf creek 
' ill' I II. led \oars 'agoi^ ^1'c- 
' .i. , I . I. 1 i ^hoppard, cri'ek, 1 
.•should juilK.- ii.ai ii.ine run back Ear-. 
ther than ""111 1- i" i'', I'liilos, Bijt- 
ths lake ly.iA a .strles of high peaked 
tiioiintains on its-Kivest side, and a.lonf,' 
'hog's l)ack' on its east side. Immedi- 



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E. E. Wcscott 

Direct Importer Dry e>ood.s, 
- 649 Yates Street 



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the adinlt-atlon of all the party. It was ;utoly. behind eacli of thea^ appear un- 



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They will NOT splinter 
They will NOT burn 

T//cy have solved 
the pro blew of protection 
for passengers 

GO ES:ST IN THEM 



OVER THE 



Orcj^on^ Washington 
Raiiroad,*-'*'''*''^"'^ 



,iHKStk LIMITED 



O. R. &» N.,0. S.X~i^ Union Pacific 



thought by num\- in Victoria that there 
\\oro insiirmoiintahh! difficulties in 
iMiss Klllspn's- ■ accoiTVi)anylng the 
paity, but 11' there wcxe such they 
never appeared either to her or to 
oursejvew. She was a bright spot in 
every camp, and wlien men could not 
liolp her by acts of thoughtfului^ssshe 
wa«( ev«r ready and a^ t» toetp tow- 
selt 

"Tlie need of the chief ci.>mmlsslon- 
oi's seeing the Campbell river from 
its mouth to Us source conipelled him 
to take the major iwrtion of the time 
in ascending this strenuous stream, 
which fought us determinedly, and 
w:is k>athe to suffer defeuTT This 
streani is about 70 miles in length, 
starting from one of its two heads, 
which Air. Ellison saw on his way out 
to Great Central lake, and from start 
to finish it Is one wild, rush of ^vaters 
even its lakes, of which there are 
three, on its way to the sea Ixiug 
dangerous owing to the sudden and 
changing winds which rush over tlielr 
waters, not to speak of the rapids and 
the log Jambs, 'fhereare falls in the 
river of «very height from i::o fe^t 
(Umnwards, near its mouth, tu a tun- 
tiniams series of leaps for a full two 
miles near Its head. 

"To have taken three canoes up this 
river into Butties laite was a feat Ux. 
Itself, and only possible through the 
wonderfi;fl ability and knowledge of 
the stream' shot\ n by IJ. R. Bacon, the 
guide, ably assisted by the Indians. 
To Bacon tlie river is home, and lie 
moves .on Us raging surface as If it 
was his own familiar friend. Th*,! 
fight with this stream'is a story \ix 



Itself, and will doubtless be given to **■ 
the public in due -^ours^. 

••J.-jrwaddip, who we met going Into 
the park, with a fresh party after 
having gone through with Mr, Klli- 
8on. Is another of , those remarkable 
men, born woodsmen, for whom life 
hi the f.fest is the only life worth 
j living, and to whom we of the city 
can ever safel\- entrust ourselves. 

The Packer's Task 

rhe moving of over three tons of 

, supplies and camp outfit was no easy 

I in>>tter. for the packers over rou&ii 

'trails, a ad much walkingr <d' Itigs lifhere 



other s.©rle8 of peaked mountains, 
snow clad also, arid it Is from these 
.thiRt tlWf streams first take their rise.. 
The Trail Out,. . 

'^I^O#IiiK as r did th« way froni the 
park to Great Central* lake and AN 
hbrril, I. was^lad to be aide to come 
out oveir the much talked of Ouna^wn 
tral K BO that I could^ report of It to 
the' chief. ■ 

, 'The Brit't»J|i7;Amerty an Tradi ng Co. 
deserve the highest praise for a ^\ay 
made to the lak« of so delightful and 
easy .'I charticter. This company uses 
a pack horse to carry iiv- 4*uppll u n tu 
U eir various camiis, and the result ia 
a tralf which Is a pleasure to walk 
ovei-. ^\■e p.^ssed on tht way out from 
Buttles lake, not. only theTHL'pper and 
Ivlttle Oiunstim lakes, but Goose Neck 
laker^nake lake and Jieaver lake. Tlie 
h«avy thnber gave a dollKlitful shade, 
and there being no logs to climb over 
'«>r under and living streanis t)\er and 
anon made th0^ two days' journey a I 
delight even for somewhat weary 
liiybs. Colonel Holmes, Macon and the 
Indians wem l)y the water route, and 
had i< thrilling time i>rihging the 
canoj-s down, shoiiUng the various 
rapids, and only once having to 'line'' 
their craft down. -We had timed It so 
nicely that after t«* days' sirparation i 
as the*' brought their canoes to the I 
river's banl|L a mile abovf- thti.i.l.,ower j ♦ 
Campbell lake. 1 walked out Of the ' f 
bush, from thence to takt* the boats 
to Alclvor lake, whence we took tlie 
wagon road to civUizaiion. It takes 
fievx»n weeiis 1» the vvUds to fully ap^ 
' predate the voice of the waitress as 
lis out; flinging open the kitchen 
dOfflr"^"one starter, and three On the 
side." ' . .^ 

"But i .1111 ijoniid iu i.iiifoss that wo 
l>a\< no cause for complaint on Un 
SCO-re of food. Never was a party so 
bountifully equipped. Mi . Ellison wa.-- 
.r.ot going to have his men live ^*« 
■pork and beans." He fed us in prince- 
l.v style, and capped It all by'givInK 
.!i? f«te Jam leson. well known to all 
■fgood livers" tn Victoria, as our chef 
Pete waa nevpr the tough and ready 
camp cook, but In i^ift swd aprun j'f-i". 
ed up the most tipi#l,fT/tng dHhes. But 
Pflp on tte trail 'UaiS*- the 'piost mir.th- 




No. 1-3 Lots 

SITl • ATtON— On Penrbroke 
Street, bctweefl BlaiTchaiil 
a i r1 Q viadra- Streets. • ' 'dnl v 
onje-tjpiird of a .mile from Ciitv 
HalJL 

I'RTrfe- $800 each,/ .H- 
$!t2)350 en bloc. 



Any 

Kca.sonable 

Terms 



No. 25 Lots 

SI 1,^.1 ■ \'ri( )\ ( )ii I'.lackvvoocl' 
-'•'■a,in 1 I ' r 1 1 1 r S n v; ^.- 1 s . South side 
■of ■Kin^'- Koad and 4!lree- 
■( Ilia no i>-(,) I' a mile from Citvi 

uaiC. ,. .' ' '.; 

PRTCH — '$400~-Tach, UI- 
$1,950 eii bloc. 

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No. 3 2 Lots 



SIZE— 53'x ua 

SlTL'.VTroX— Shoal Bay .sub- 
(liyi.sion, splendid view, all 
leyel, dry afli-d- clear. A j 
spot for a home. 



PRICE— $375 each 



No. 4 30 Lots 

SrZP. — 48 x I -15 and 50 x uo. 

SITUATION— Blocks CC^-vml 
Z Saratoga Subdivision, Oak 
Bay, close to school, tram 
and beach. 

1 'RICES— $475. $500. $525' 

$600. $650;in<l$700. 



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a slip meant broken limbs and. eveh l^'^'ducing dish of aff.' Of portly bulk 
worae.. but they vvorked soleiididlv , I ^ " [* t''>ok wh ould be, with, his head 
and did their lull share- In making tlie' \^'^^ "'^ j" "• '"''♦^ handkerchief tp warn 
e.vpedltion a Bucces.s. It Is hard for , " 



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those who dwell In cities to realize 
what falls to the lot of a packf-r. I 
have nothing but praise for our bunch 
of young men with whom I have tH>en 
closely Id -ntifiod tlinnighont. these 
past weeks. The h<<at at limes was 
terrific, \\\v moSftMitoes unspeakable, 
but thej' l oaUgd ' upf l ia tii-Av ei ghts which 
Idled me^ with envy, at tTieir yo uth. 
their strength and their' energy.^ To 
have my own son. whom I have carri- 
ed in my arms help pack my load as 



off the files, .Jacob's staff 111 han«i^ Ir. 
wound, his wnyj al otig, br eaiany forth 
ever and anon IntrnsBngTof which h< 
has an endle?s store, , loiwl* In his 
praises of (he mazx ^Vlndings of tho 
way. mnking the fii Hen logs creak and 
bend bemjath Ids welghlt., -U<^ l.s. it 
pathfinder, is i>ete, and is th.lroughh 
convinced that there Is no life like Iff. 
In the woods with its evipr hungrv men 
and flies. . 

"The chief i-ommlasloner'dld n.i, 
((.'iintlmicil nil I'agc fteventeeii. I 



Maricopa Oil Company, of Los 




Island iBVcstmcnf Co. 

X<iiiut;ed 
Bank of Slontrenl Oiaml)ers, Phone ir ; 




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WE HAVE 








Under. Canadian 

Contrcl 



Angeles, California 



Under Canadian 
Control 



Capital,$l,000.000 



Study the following prices of oil stoclvs and see 
what this Company's prospects arc. 

Issue Price. Present Price. Dividenc|s, 



This Company owns-a lease of Coacres in section 32. 12-23. '" the very 
heart of the MaHcopa Sunset Field, surrounded by gushers and flowing 
wells for ai royalty'.of 1-7 of the oil produced.' 

The Laitc View Gusher, within 2 miles, has produced over $3,060,000 in 
Oil during 3 months. Now flowing 40,000 barrels jiet- day. 

The Obispo, within ^ mile of our property, brought in a 10,000 barrel 
Well on 5th June at 1,800 feet. . 

The Midway .Northern, within 300 yards of tlii.s Conipaiivs proijerty, 
brought in a similar Well on July 4th last, at a depth of 1,920 feet, 

Latest Telegram Received 

1,0.'^ Angeles, Galifornia. .August 23rd, 1910. 

Drill tkmin eight hundred feet on Maricopa Lea.sc. 
(Note flic record rate of progre.ss--on 13th' August depth was 300 feet) 

ONLY A FEW DAYS, MORE FOR CHEAP SHARES. PLEASE 
NOTE THE PRICE MUST BE ADVANCED TO 50 CENTS 
, WHEN^THE DRILL REACHES 1,000 FEET IN ORDER 
TO KEEP FAITH WITH EARLY SUBSCRIBERS 

Unsolicited Testimonial— Extract from Letter Received August i6th 
• ,1 *;i<>itc(l your property a few days a.tjn. and found Mr. U. S. G. Todd i'l 
charge, and operating one trfthc best etiiiipincnts 1 ever .saw in any oil field 
Vou caiinot help gcttiiig a .gtisher on that ground, aij<f-the peonle wh- 
I)otight Maricopa Oil are in great Tuck, "^owts yei'y trtjly, ' ' 

rSi-ncd) C H. TRGAT. Secretary^ |sli<lway View Ui) Co. 

Shfircs of SI Fullv [>aicl and NonAsscssablc. now each 25c 

If there is A\\\ Mit'k irii [,.r .s;tlc wlirn th- drill r(\-ichc,s looo frrl. ,!lio i-, mH he ;i.l\ ;;iuH-ii lo -eioc per share.' Oil' Will' be 
rr.ichri-l .-Il i8i 'O iccl lo j( »<»( i icct. I'licotli, ;■- • Im (|ti(>t;it inn. .m ihr ( )ii r;.\di;tii;:r -.. 'I'.Ml.f. vmhImiv d- >li.'(i- hill'-, f. ir j ;r 

I Will Pay sc'pcr Share Ca.sh for .in 0|,tion lo Repurchase Th?sc Shares Any Time Within Si.x Months at $t.oo pn Sh..rc 



The Remarkable Progress of The 
Amalgamated Development Co. 



LdciTe ,. .'? . 1 5 

Sauer Dough ip 

^tefling .35 

Caribou 15 

San Franciseo and 
McKittrick $10 

shares -'.^5 

Peerless .50 



$15.00 10% montl^y 

3.00 10% monthly 

4.00 25% quarterly 

15'25 35% monthly 



28.50 30% monthly 
\.0i3 6c per mpitth 



Has been unprec edented in the history of the Oil industry, F^lk 
title to all of this Company's inbrnense holdings was not completed 
until the 2e)th of June— JUST TWO MONTHS AGO. 

Since that date the Company has installed machinery for 
pumping two flowing oil wells. Has commenced and is already ■ 

— iar advanced with the construction of a refinery on the ground* 
and has shipped NINE MILES OF PIPING to convey the pro- 

" dyct of their pil Wells to tidewater. ^ 

CAN THIS RECORD OF PROGRESS 
FOR TWO MONTHS BE BEATEN? 

The present week will see the stock of the Amalgamated De- 
velopment Co, quoted upon one or morfc of the local stock ex- 
changes, WATCH-IT RISE. / . 



Most' of these comp^nie§ pay special bonuses-in 
addition. 

Dividends on Listed Stocks, for May 

$1,326,626 



Total Dividends to Date, 
.?.T 1,281,902. 



i/!T^„ 



A. T. FRAMPTON 



Sh:Nl) F-OR PROSPECTUS 



Fiscal Agent, Mahon Building, VIcioria, B. C. 



Transfer Agents, Dominion Trust Co., Ltd., Victoria & Vancouver. B. C. 



Price of Stock: One and Two Dol- 

•' lars Per Share ' 



APPLY TO 



Auld,Gwin &McClarty 



518 Hastings St., West, 



Vancouver, B. C. 



ALSO 



Canadian American Realty Co. 
1204 Douglas St., Victoria, B, C, Local Agents 



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VICIORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Friday, Auflust 26, 1919 



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CLAStiU'IKU AIlVKliTUSINO HATKS 



Onu cin» m wiird eai'h Inuerllon: 10 P«r 
ffrt. dlKCount fur bIx or moro coniccutlvo 
Jnmrtlonii -taah wltli order. No adverllM- 
I7nni «c('*plid liir lias than 25 r<nl». 
l>u»lnp»«i anil l'rofe»Blorial Cards--of four 
Wwit i.r uiulti- .-»1 00 iittv w«<!k. 
No itdvi!rl<».jrii lit cbarccid on account for 
It,** lliun t^uO 

riioae No. 11. . ' 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY . ' 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



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■ trfol, VJolorla. 
nlBh»?d room*. 



AKCiiriEcrs 



r^ RIKFITH. U. S 
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u, 

Governm.pnl St. 



AKCHITEC1-, 100« 
Phone 14S». 

HObrKK, THOMAtir ^ARCUITKCT — IN 
piacUoo In 11. (.•; for livpnO ll^'O >■<?<"•». 

I'Uins und -sptcirluattun* lui iiIbIuhI on uiipll- 
tauon. . Office. 6 Slat, is Bloi k. I'hone Hi?. 



rACLUKE. S.. AUCillTECT— 6 AND 7 
fivo BUtcru Block. Tel: Re*, JJ-704; 

ufUcf. JIS-T. _■ _■ 

ELWOOD W.VVKINS,. ARCHJTroCT— ■ 
llooni Iti KlM; .Sulcru Ul'iuk. VU-toila. 
K C. TulBpUcn'.ii; ullioo ilSS, Hunlduuuu 
U-1S98. , ■' ' -^ 

AKX GI-ASS 



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1IOTKL8 ANU KK STAUBAWT8 

ANNKKMAN tt IIUKN HOTEL, NKVV 

oruer Bruad and Johnson 

Moaera otflcen and lu<- 

C~ALIFORNi'a HOTIfilTrlis JOiVnSON HT. 
newly dttod up from boltoni to top. 
,ood »cconinu.d.iiK.n. aporilng ll«"'-'-y. <■"'"- 
prUlnit Ufenlr-.d photon "t all tho noted 
,p.,rt. and athlote. Up lo <ho prvs.nt day, 
Uar alwajB aupplliirt will) Dual ifooda. lho». 
U. McManus. proprietor. 

N" EW HOTKU HKb'NSWICK. NICK.ST UO- 
cutlon In Victoria, nlcoly furnlidic'd 
roomi at rnodcrato prices. \V,u«kly ruru's. 
All cars pB»» hoUil. Two entranCBH. corner 
Yates and D.-uRlan. Phono 317^ 

rf«rE"~ CO M ^ ih; a ci aj "ii ot e i>. co h .n i; 1 1 

-I Douglu» and Cormorant Sm.. oiipomla 
City Hall. ll.-novaiPd throuKhout. ilouuia 
• ncond to nor..j )n clly. iUr r,.-pleto with 
the bc.l. Europ.t.in plan unly. Pool room 
In oojinoo.tlon. .1. Lucaa, l^oP;^ t>h.jno 17 0.. 
"■'"ONEV PU01-Elu/FTN\'EbTEiS LEADS 



busine;ssdirectory 

VPIIOI-STKllINO AND l>K«<>H ATING 



QTILE8 & BHAHF, CONTHACTOU8 FOR 
to upHnl.terlnK. rcjimvin* '">*,^„ ' ."[^"'''A 
carpeta ck.un.-d, «lc.. furnUur.' refaUed and 

pbiuhed. 806 fort at-_*;;'»"^« _''i!.?: _____ 



X ' aal 



WHOI.K8A*.E UKY OOOP8 

UKNEjThEETON CO.. LTD.. WHOLB- 
dry guoda. Irnportora and manufac- 
turer. m.<n» furnlahlnKa. t.nt.^ ""'*',, 'I'l'^' 
l,r«,ul. til .lrta. ovc^rttllM. Mall ordem Htl«nded. 

""wHObKSAI.E W1NK8 AND l.l«JUOK8^ 

rnUR.VER-HEETON CO., LTD.. WllARl^ 
X St Victoria— Wholoialo only, au the 
rra"clTflir'''l*t«l'ia* or-tlqunrs : direct lmporl»r». 
Wriu; fur Ham and price*. 



coNcmNSED advertising. I jcondensed advertising 

HlTLATIONH_¥tANTKI>— .MAI-K. 



HKLl' WANTISU— "iWAT^ 

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'ANTEli A (ilUII'.NUHMA.V KItOM UiTH 
kfi 11 Kr-'iin. i[>'., In ur- 
Work I'oint IJnri-Ucks, 



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ui'i'. '"Aliply ^''-■'■■ 

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.nipiy liouui) troni 
.\pply fiir. Hatlcry Btrf^t. 



U' A NT ED 
liarhi.T uhop. 



I'OKTEH. EMl'HEKH HOTEL 



OOD DHIVWrX ""W.^NT-H TCSTTION 
J any l.u»lno8» Hox 1S9 Cnlonlit. 



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condensed advertising 



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BOOM AND BOABD. 

•pOOMS ANP Hl)AHl> yH 



Lro., 



l>OPtTION A.'^ .MALE ATTENDANT TO 
X gfntlriiiiln hualld or olhtirwln-; Uioj-- 

ou«hly cxpcrl'mfrt. Would iiavM "/" , . „,.., 

tan ".no ul, I «.n ; phono, UWi-"+>»- •««"'r'4 '--- - — 

aircM. VlflorlH. H. C. , ' 



ALT, l^AllTS 

of tho cit.v; n;.. <.-hm-S'>- '^;?'''," ■;'"", '^ 
lOOB llov.rnmrnt , »li'«'fl- (n.pslulis.l 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



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mlnutea irnin poul uffli ' 



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I.^Nfjl.ISHM V N WANTS 
"\ ,,!■ rhl. ^. M :.u n. 
iVtlonUl. 



lOB ON FIU'IT 
;\pply box Ijti 



r\'ANTEI> - INTKLLHIENT A^UljfH: ' "^^ ,„(,-. ^jryTjs;. ^v 

\V Apply i-.'3o H/iuiy Hia- *'^n"'^- f"v KL'-.^^:'^';;;,, ,,, 

lorla Went. I ' , __j_,____ 

W ijvatt fof. deaall work. 'APnly ,\«';; .; 



WOOD AND rUEI, 



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C. DEALER IN ALL KIN1>.S j \^ 



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V. RU\, OVER TiURTV YEABi? 

experience In AM Lilass Leaded 
llBhla lor churches, schools and privatu 
dwclllnKS. Works, and aloiu blS Yates bl. 
I'lio.ie l>a4. ' 



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W. CUISHQLM & CO., M ANUi-ACTUR- 

ers of haded art kIbjjs. See us before 

• lacing your order. Repairing a specialty. 

riioni' 2'.'0S. SO J Korf gtr.-et. 



S. 



AUTOJIOBII.ES 



WESTERN MOTOR & SUPPLy COW- 
pany, R. 1". Clark. Manager. Sole 
Biirtnlii for Butcks, Franklins. Humbera, 
I -If men t Talhota and Rovers. Storage, »up- 
t.il.n tires all alzcs and make*. Hulk gaao- 
line and oil. Repairs, complete vulcanizing 
plant. High clasa liver>'..,.jrelephouo 696, or 

it line busy a06T^ ________ 

BAQOAGB DEU-VBKX 



tained by purchasing th,e U< at -uc n 

the city at The Strand ^^fili 

" ALL UN- 
Why pay 
morn when you c:in Kit Uie Jbcat fpr h-sa 
Me 
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RanieiKhotel and cafe- 
lon \help. 660 Johnion St. 
)rn wheii you c:in Kit Uie Jbcat ipr h-sb 
■ ala dBc; rooms auo and up. Bar replete 
th beKl goodB. Joeeph Balnngno. I'rop. 



IILHON, E. --., 

of nilllwond. wood. bark. etc. Four- 
i,..,K-tli.. /»2.D0 per cord; stova lensvh!. 
a ■ioud. an* John St. l-hone i07.V 

hbapInG doit 



foot 

^3.00 doubl 



Hly. 'Co.'p office. 

5t HHISTANT nook K ERPKIL 
K. •S{ewa«'t_&J'O^J_aLe« HL 

NN up.ra... h..«.l...r -Plu..., -uid a.i.i.t 

. wrtrU. App'r 1>'">'" 



VN TEn [MMEDIATELY 

TiTTdnirv. inm "r chtcki-n farm, Rood 

milker and. 111- eNpert<'ncc- wllh ponUrv, 

Boll 133 I'olonlsl.. 



J-VPANEHE WlSllEH ROOM OR KITCll- 
cii work. Apply o H'. Naka, I'O. Box 



±7<URN1SUE1) HOOilB AND BOARD - 
' comforlubl.- homr; bfsl EngTlsh cook- 
Inn, HI21 yuadrii wtreel, clo»« to I'andoia, 
sir".*! car line: live ■ inlnul'-fc' walk 
tSovfrnrliont street, plioiie \.:'^-f. 



JETM Oi 
A mod. 

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no TO. THE NEW 
rn trandient romria. 



liiini 



1. 



OLLIES-" 7B81 VOURTN EY - ( LATE Jl A E ) 
Tel. Ll»l«. li.\>om aad board; turms 
Mian H». U. 

llvFni'tn' R ITOARU. AND nrw.M- \V(Tll 



moderate. 



SliS. 



us. WBrburloilwlb KJO;* 
ment atreet. ,' ' ■ 



TANTED- 
ApplV F 



IriXPERlENrED ACCO/'NTANT WILL 
U write up lio«k». iirep/re balnnco sbeeti.. 
' USD a.M ./unlH for tirlvai" 
Bo.-;- HD'i Colo 



517 



OOVEKNMWN'I 



ll<d'*i 



and pinfit and 1 

irfifi<,r«i ..,■ indn ciiinpanlpi, 

nl«i 



tJAXKNHirU.ST, 

r> Btreet, clo»» parlllirnent b-illdtngs. under 
new management, Is place lor home com- 
forts, also table board i sure sullsittctlon ; 
worlh a trial. Phone 244 1." ' _^ 



G'^^t^ ?::^^':7^l^^i^.uf 1;^?: ^o^dt: j . MuirofiowiJFnrri^ 

_._ ■■ ,- l.roniHs: age r-,-, '^^'^^}...„s.^li 

PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



SITUATIONS tVANTlfD— FKltfAt* 



STRAND, HOTEL CAFEt JOUNSON ST.. 
always open. European plan; culalnj 
unexcelled;' bar best goods; rates inodcralx, 
Wright ic Faulkner. Phono 1105. ^ 

OTTL'^-tcTORIA— UNDER NEW MAN- 
e/,ni ral in 

OraUain & 



H 



VICTORIA TRANSFER CO.. LTD., TEL- 
ppUone 129.. ______ 



BLUE PBINTINO "AND MAPS 



■IJRINTS, ANY LENOTH IN ONK, PlbCa 
X six cent* per toot. Timber and land 
FrlnU «ad Uap Co.. 



maps Electric Blut 
\t\% Langley St. 



meets all sloam'-ra and trains. 

Grant, proprietors. Phone 4St). '_ _ 

\TmTsoV"irOTEL.'~0 4«-.li41( YATES St. 

VV EuTopean plan; large and alrj room*; 
bar supplied •omii,„J)e»t-..C(MMU,a,.-.,ir*d McAvoy, 

proprietor. Phone 1032. . 

mHE^W-nTLOWS— THOROUGHLY .RENO- 

X vated Ihrougho'it, and equipped In the 
most modern and up-to-date style, ar^d »UP- 
piled with best goods. Al ex. Llp sky,^ PJ!^ 

JKWELI,EBS. VVAI'CICMAKKKS, ETC- 



uENTisra.... 



Littleliiiili^itoi''' .Aussox. hoglahO' 

\\ BUNTED AT 
* V I'm me ■ 

Korl street, 



DR. LEWIS HALL, DENTAL SURGEON, 
Jewell block, cornej YUtes and Doug- 



las strei'is. Victoria. U. C. 
Office. ii67j Residence. 122. 



Te.lephp)>es — 



LT^R. H. J. HENDERSON, DENTIST, KEE 
'iL/ building, corner liroad and— *el»««on 

Sts. PUoim 2260. Oflico hours: ».30 a. «n. 

to 6 p; m. Bv«j)Aiig» by a ppointment 

^ M. D. 



F. FRASER, D. 
Xatoa St., Uarn»ch« 
" p. m. 



bourat •..^O aLxin. to 



-OFFICE 78 H 
bluuk. Otflca 



.2\.< 



PETCU. 1407 DOUULA8 STREET 
(P«clalty of English watch repolrlriK- 



JCNK 



BOAT8 AND KNOINBS 



'ICTORIA^BOAT & ENGINE CO.. T.TD— 

Boats find launches built; eatlmates. 

deslgna Shop, 424 David street. 

W. D. Buck, manage r. Phone 20B. ^ 

BOOKBINDEBS ■ 



repairs. 



WANTBD— SCRAP BRASS, COPPER. 
•Inc. lead, eaat lion, sacks, bottles, 
rubber; highest prloM paid. Victoria Junk 
AK«ocy. KtiS Store street. Phono £3SS. 

" ^ IJ|Jib8SlP«~GAllDENEB 



ONCE V PICTUUE 
C H.' .^'nillli *. <-«•. ^'^ 



TAltfca APPRENTICE WANTED.^ APPL^ 
D B CO.-"* more. 511 ,.l"hn»on aUxIL. 



W'ANTEW 
> 1 maki 
ply A. A. 



\ BOY AtiOir 1« OH i7 'J 



■ro 

. blniself generally, usef"'. Ap- 
Aarm..on,.fsi5 Goyei-nment . HI. 



y'ol'.VG LAUV KTKNOC.RAPHi'IR WISliKS 
poalilon; expefl^nend., P. i>. Box 76; 



K' OOm'b and BOARD, TERMS MODKR- 
ttto. Angel Hotoi. 1/tingl.ey street, op- 

1 ijonlte court Ito^e. " ~" , , . . 



STI^VESTBH 
71 J Yn'-» Pi. 

LKT FCHNlHTricTr ROOM, PfllVATF'; 
family, modern n.,.« house; breiikti:!' 
It dea?r" d.- ; Tel. ^ 2 3 7 7^ .in Mlchl«^_»:^i. 
riM) LHTr-COMFOHTA'HLE R-OOM. ^'l-^OSr. 

X to town, ho;ird optlonnl. '— " 

sir. 'Voung KngllBli 

Rov 46'! ("ohmisl. ..r-- 

Fni 1 LI-rF-FRONT^Hl..! 'room'. ELK' •TRli-' 
X light, buth. seven dolUra l«r month.. 



terms rooder 
.referred. Apply 



02Z North l.'nrk street. 



i fiVi ) "LKf '"-I'M ! RN IWHrED Rf K-lMW, MODERN 
VJ oiilv ir> minutes walk from town, 
^i; St. James slrflel. 



Breakfast It desired. 
phon« 1771. 



,MFTY <'BWTS . NIGHT 
ter Fur1M»hi>d Rooms, 



1^ 

water 



.NEW STLVES- 
with . rrunnlng 



715 Vales street. 



X^XfANTEP BY VOl!N"G LADY, POStTmN 
VV ',«« «t(-nographer; lifts some experience. 
Appl.v Ho.\ r.oi Colonist. ., . 

IlRXbTlC.M- .VlATE.RNtTT NCRSK IS 
J- «^fii'"l^VP ^eng"»gXu»«»Xl -rFrTlTirTliodt.rate. 

AdrtTT-si -6MM:^'>li*n-'*t : , ' ''"' 



LANEOCS. 



(^ mmckLlaneo 
.mall bit choice ij. 



light, bath. 
OLLWCrnON , OK 1 1 309 



IW'ELL FHUNI.SIIKD. ROOMS 
V> lioiisekeeplng rooms to let: 



FH UNI. SHED 
eeplng root 
hot and cold. 



.ALSO 

e'leotriij 

818-817 Fort St. 



STANLEY AVENUE. 
Hl«41. t^omforlably. 



FHONI 
furnished, 
modoratu ; 



A wat,r "dors lvhr"wiil^fe«own arils., rooms: boafd optional; t""'^, "'°<»™; 
view at the Homtner" Art Oalleiy. 1012 Gov- McAnd reW., 



FOR 



WrTvNTED- SMVRT ByX . r,^^, .^f,^,"^ 
VV ' ware store. Apply Bo xjBSa. c.lty. 

"■ BNG- 

plftce 



w 



T A .NT E U • *.4T< >' 'Iv fi A I 



DETECTlVBS 



B. ^ 



COLONIST HAS THE BEST 
_ «<iulped bookbln^iery In tha province; 
the result Is equal in proportion. 



mHB 



B0TTI,E8 



LL KINDS OF BOTTLES WANTED— 
Good prices paid. Victoria JunK 
1630 Store street. Phpne .!!ot. 



LANDJiCAPE GARDENER— J AMKfi Sl.Ml- 
son. 951 Johnson street,. »ihiine R1U.0 
expert un all gard. n and orchard details; 
Pruning and cleaning from Insects, ruses u 
spectallv; lawna (traded and llnlsUedl.n first 
second 'nr-thlrd quality, uccordlng to Con- 
tract. 



LIVERY AND TRANSFER 



VICTORIA TRANSFER CO-, LTD., 
I2I». Best aervtce In the city. 



TEL 



DETECTIVE 6KRVICB, VANCOU- 
ver Civil, criminal and commercial 
Investigations U. S. Baron, Superinten- 
dent H?ad office. Room. 207 and ::o8 Crown 
building, Vancouver. B. C. Phon*. 4 JOS. 

Bloodhound tr ailers kept. 

iVClFK! DETIJCTIVE AGENCY. DOING 
general line criminal and civil privato 
drtecilve work, or will (ind ttie 
Ubnuts of any pertons >iho8<; 
addresses art; unltnown 
street, pholie 2i7li 



whorc- 
Iridontlty or- 
sua GuveintncDt 



,|.;SMAN, 
llsuman prvfured. ihii-l '■''"..- ,ib- 
hlgh class s.'curlty ot ""V^ ' .. iv- reJei - 
era! remun. ration- "to T «"f "'"i''*^ ' "* 
..noes desired. Apply 449 Coloi l_st. __ 



\\.7tANTKD 
1 > well known lire 



VXTANTRD BY aLQIMlJLZ' }^JltRtZ- 
VV lion to faro f»r <>"«.. ««iy*^^^^ 
you ng peoplo. R»ply Box <6a Colonist. 

"-iA NT ED— POSITION IN OOOD FAM 



^y 



tU- tit once as governess; Is a quali- 

i>.d. teSrii-rj.. Mf-xp^^--= ^r^iv f;;::^ 



good ' "rtd subsianllal home 
476 Colonist. 



UCTSIDE SOLU'^lTOll' I'^OR ,.„,„„ttt,,.>„ , ( 
ompa>>> .' 44f) Colonlati 



i.-^NOUHH LADY I'^KIH^S POSITION TO 
ill tea< h two chllUren 6 to » „y«"»' "f 
to Invalid Jady. Apply •BO'- 



einment street, on and aflci; Frida.v, the 
2i>th Inpt; picture lovei-u are Invited to ace 
«lw>m. ^ 



MISS .ilpJRDON STEt;^VJ«^ — Sii. ^^5*"^ 
street, lac<v maMagei, ^«dtP8 hair 



,riaS .ilpJRDON STHJt-V 

. lac<v massag.., •-- -^ ,, 
dressing, .marcel vvavlnit. «l'^''*r'«' "_".'' _\.„1'* 



TO LET— COMFORTABLY FT'R 
riont rooms with use of kttch 
quired. 328 Michigan street. Jdmcs Baj. 



KT'RNISHEI* 
en If re- 



halr treatment, combings mado up; phone 

23»l>. 



HAN.SOM CABS FOR ItlHK. A.V1> NIGHT 
phone 2604, Stand, Fort ttrgeU 



T^UKNISHED ROOMS TO LET. 414 M«N- 
J? ztea street. Two mllvuttjs from C.P.B, 



wharf. 



TO BENT" 



Insurance 
sularv and commlsalon to tho rl«hl ...an. 

Address Box 478 C olonist. 

OPBnATINO' IN 



mo _BlULDElR8 A.N0 -JOiNXBACTORH— 
i. IThU is to Inform you tSiat c. Pederson 



_ m 



A" ,?t^r<^^'l-^.rnia r^d^havW 
a blocU of It. Shares to P'A^^'ViVUio St "k 

;x.r;»r.-;':^r-x4- • :£v:; 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



VANCOUVER 



\\ 



agtfresslve 

!» r. • 

_,U THEB 
agent to canvas for fall and. .sprins 



Ing big returns to one 
and energetic Appl>'_ 



TANTKD— AN KXPKi> . .. 



ordr rs. Salary , ..nd, .f ""j^l'J.f °" 
d rea8 Box 4l>a C o Um t st '> a'" . ' . 



paid. Ad- 



UTHOGBAI'MINO 



Agency 



BC1LDER8 AND (CONTRACTORS 



17\RANK B. HUME— CONTRACTOR AND 
X? builder. Plans and specincailons prc- 
oared for approval. Estimates furnished 
on any cl«.\of structure. Xjmoe. Cor Bol- 
ind A V J and_Oxfo.d Su. P. O- » <>< ^^j^,., 

t'un'bY "bROS.. i3UILDEBS ANIT C'ON- 
XJ tractors, are prepared »" K»ve DtIcm on 
all building and Jobbing work, i'hono (.7a. 
\,^^* attend to your order. -■ . . 



LITHOOJWUJJHNG, • ENGRAVING AND 
BmbosslDg — Nothing loo .large and 
nothing too small; your stationery Is your 
advance agent: our work Js unequalled west 
of Toionto. The Colonist Printing and 
PubUahlog Co.. Ltd. 



CHIBOPOpj 

rRk CAMPBELL 
L Fort atreet. ,' 



CHIROPODIST 905 



IX)CKSMIT»S AND MACHINISTS 



AFEH. U ■ GBNEiWirL MACHINIST. 

new parts of all kinds mado In brass, 

copper and •teol, or any sort of motaL Ma- 
chine shop.i;-15» GovernBfHMlt St. Phone i)3u. 



H^ 



MAS8AOK 



HH. EARSMAN, ELECTRIC LIOHT 
baths; medical massage., 1006 Port gt 
Phone B-1846. , 



M* 



ALHAMBRA HOTEL—MRS. S. T"p"P- 
.on A Bona, proprietors; R. »■ Thomp- 
•on. manager. Corner Carroll and .Water 
ttteets, Vancouver, B. C. Vancouver, flrtt 
hotel. Situated in ,lh« heart of t'!".^''*' 
.Uodernly equipped throughout. ^'»1«»^ 
lunc-h a specialty. European plan, iramia 
for good wTlt lTttir.-' ; ~ ^ 

LaCKbI'BN HOTEL — A. E- BLAClC- 
burn, proprlotor. This well-known a.Jil 
popular hotel emirely rebuilt and nfurnlstt- 
ed is now open to Us patrons. Steam heat, 
fine commodious rooms, nr.t-class dining- 
room best attention to comfort ot guesla 
American' plan ILfaO to J3.00 per day Luro- 
pJSn plan, 760 upward* ai* -Waatmlnsttr 
avenue.- — ,.'■ " ■ ■" ' ^ 

OMMERCIAL HOTEL-^COR.VEil HA8T- 

Inga and Gambia sireeta Headquarters 

for mining and coiniuvi-clal men. H»t«» »■' 

and upwaids. Atkins, Johnson & SKwail. 

propriiitora ' ] •__ 



VTi7;;:S?EF=iix noYS fob c-HHisr 

\\ churcl. cathedral <•»""■• .»»•"- '.VThuri* 
\pplv U, or|f«nr«t at the ve.try ..»0 Thu..- 



InDrcATKO ENGLISHWOMAN <♦!!> 

U wishes po«mou as ''""•«-'*«''?",^„„ ?.'■ 
o.h^r responsible situation No "WectloT. to 
eoui.ti V. eaiinble. active, good plain oooK, 

tthsiali'^f. Apply B ox 461 '^«|gg^h-— 

" LADY WELL EDUCATED. 

thoroughly domesticated, d«ilres po- 
sition w"<*n.Panlor.. secretary or ""^^^y 
B, "rnesa, or -is housekeeper »vb?rc servarrt 
I. k«pt Apply Bon 113 Colwl»t. 



tt'-oUNG 



Is now excavating and rock blastlnK. n'»d a" 
ordert^ frort ym.^ win reeeU>, hi. own per- 
sonal aiumtlon Estimate, tree. 1039 Pan- 



sonal aiumtlon. ,,.«,- 

dor* av enue. P' ">"''__i;iHv : ' 

TOULBS AND "PLANT-I— NOW iS THE 
XJ lime to ordeir-B>niJl If you wish your 
garden to be beautiful in the enrly ■P': nrf 
Snowdrops, crocus, tulips, dairodlls, 1 lies, 
h?Scinlh., otc. Dutch. ••*PiV";i»-l/"^ '-^^1' 
bulbs. 8*nd P. C; for parljeular. lo I. K. 
Woo%t«nr B«acH tnSm»«~.V»dboro Bay, tir 

p. O. Box 1029. - 



.jTrFnT-FIVE ACRES tnJLTrVATED 

land and S-room hcu.e., *'/, '"' 'iv ° cl 

for ono var^; lent -JIS month. Apply <-.'. 

Grubb. 12i2 Bro ad .troct. _ . . 

•mo RENT-ioROUND FLOOR. CENTRAL 

1 location. 2.7.00 feet floor .pact, mod- 

TM^rrtr-ivnTal. Apply PO. Box 882. 



TO LET— ROOMS AND OFFICB APPLY 
to 7X0 Port street, near Pdugla. St. 



OTICE--1 WILL NOT BE RK8PONHI- 

for any debt. <:"»"'^«'«<1 .^"li^.Vf 
Geo HeatherbftU, 



day t'venlng.. 



w 



TANTEr.>— STRONG BOY.' APPLY POP- 
ham Bros., Mary Utre-t, Vtet orU^ West, 



\\ 



fAlTER WANTED AT STRAND ilAia:, 
ll»0 Johnson street. 



hlghrtd 



cu«toin-m*aa oloth« In ,t'a»»d*i i imU«.i 
.ommliMlon; Bex Tallorln* CO., LUnUt.-!, 
Toronto. Ont.. ■ 



w 



rANTKD-<JNB BELIABLB MAN IN 
..every town-to tak« ^order. to' >>«•'- 
custom made clothe. In Canada. "'K^eat 
comm".«lon. R«it T*Uor>Ilf ,COj. l.td.. Toron- 
to. Onl. " »*'' • — 




JCBOFKBTX WAAiTJBD 



WrANTED - GOOD BU1I4MNG I^OT 
VV close: In," apply at once P.O. Box *!>i. 
Colonist. -., .. 



V\ '"uon to care .tor one child with young 
peoph-:- S«5 Col<jnl.t. 



VoT;NO WOMAN (SiX>TOH) WISHES 
X situation as nur«ery oi" .ewlpg maid. 
Apply Boa S3 8 <>>lonlst. . 



T£<\CU£R8 WANTED. 



\v 



T A NTiED-^T B A C H ER VOH 

Bfi^aiii. aalhry »5<> per month. 



GOLD- 



pro 
City. 



WINDOW CLBANINO COM- 



\riCTORlA 
p.ny, '.- - . - ., 

CoStracts taken by ^ week or month^ 



p.ny, 721 Forl-^-»ti'««t. phone 21»1. 



. CimiNEY CLK-^NER 



\STANTED— PROPERTY OP -UJL.L DK?- 
\V-»WTimon87 In and around Victoria. flMi^- 
with u». w» have buyer.. Marriott & Fel- 
lows. «19 T rounce A-vv. Phone 6 45.. 

VITANTBD—A LOT ON LINDBN AVB- 
\v nue; state -tt?rjn.; owner. 4j1>Iy. Box 
378 Colonist. - ' '' ■ ■■ 



\\TANTBD*-FOUR TO FIVE ACULt^ Ol- 
VV bush land; must be chtSa^: neighbor- 
hood -ot Gordon Hiea'd - or Cor^ov* Bay. 
larm.n A Anpleton. 531 Yatea .trset. 



CIVIL K XOINEKRS A'STJ SUBVETORa 

AO NOAKKS, B. C. LAND SURVEYOR 
. C. F... Room 8, Lee- Building. Broad 

.treat, Te lepHono 877, P. O. Box o4 3. 

nb7~ALDOUS, C.E.— All kinds ot civil 

. engineering and surveying undertaken. 

Railroad location and construction a spe- 

•clalty. 1107 Langleyatre et. j 

<S~oFE~'&"MbGRE;OOR.— J. HERRICK Mc- 
Vjr. Gregor, Mgr. Land Surveyor and. 
•civil enginecrh. Chancery Chamberaj^P. O- 
Boi 163 Tel. A504. Fort Oeorga office, J. 

!■■ Templet on. Mgr. -^ . _ 

l>OBERTSON. A. I— BRITISH COLUM- 
it bla Land Surveyo.- S" P"^' «""-r«^ 
Victoriti. B. f- n'eUph Bne L-I8i7^_£: O. Box 

• '."<•■ '•'... '" ' '. ' — ' ' ' '■ 

cT^rtSPKNTieAa. JtoiyERg. jfOBBiiBS 

/VAPl'C..VL"cARPBNTeR AND jbBBI>i(3 
KJ factory. Alfred Jonei. All kinds Of 
allfratlona. Jubblbg work. 1003 V ancoiiv»r 
And Yaica atrtnlt; ofAc* phone BSlOll. Kea 

' CABRIAGB AND WAGON DBAUIBS 



OPTICIANS AND OPTOMETRISTS 

LYTH,~'a. P~~«T6~^PORT-r-6vER A 

quarter' of a Century'B experience, and 

modern equipment at . yoiw service. Free 

examination. , Len.es groMiia wu premlwa 

Phone 2269.- " ■ 



HOTEL DOMiNlON— WHEN tOU AB- 
rlve al Vancouver take larg;o auto bus 
Which will take you to this holpl free. Our 
service I. the best obtainable at the prloe. 
Aiuerican plan, $1.50 to |Jc.o<> P«r '^•*- Auto 
makes one trip daily around totanlty larK. 
F. Huyn,es. proprietor. ' ^ 



\X7ANT.ED— CAPABLE- SALESMAN TO 
VV cover British Columbia with staple 
line. High commission., with »100 monthly 
w^vtinc»: Permanent position to right man. 
Jess H. smith i-'o,. Wlnasorj Ont. 



t r A N T H b -T BACH E K 



FOR 



SOUTH 



W Gatlano (Plumper Pa..); male or fe- 
mato h<>ldlng second or third cla.. cerll- 
flcats; married, with family- prelerred.^ du- 
ties to commence after summer vaoatltjn; 
salary »S5. Write, with reference, to J, 
Bid! house, secrctary-tri-a.u rer. 

T& UET— HOCSEKEEFINO BOpMS 



W. 



HELP WANTED— »E.\IAI'K 



OIRL A N U 

wage.. Mt». 

chatnpion. 110.1 .NiaViJ^ra ati;fc«t.. . 



V\.^\NTBl> — NimsB . 
VV mother.- lielp;; «<»od 



LODGES AND SOOlTIES 



PAINTEBS AjND PAPEBHANGEBS 



iriRANK MELLOR— PALVTING CON- 

J? traator. 1128 View .traeL Phone 16««. 



TTKNRY RIVERS— PAI.NTER, 



GLAZIER. 

kalVomliier and paperhanger. 749 Malr- 
ket «ret, Victoria. B. C. Eatljuatea chaar- 

fully given on applltSatlon. _ ^ ..:..: 

iTARsT j7 — PAtNTS," VARNISHES 
bmshes*. .peclalty ot wallpaper, t*e 
newest paWcma. Give — me a cal(, Store 
1607 Douglas street. Phono R-1034. ' 



MABLE. WM.— IMPORTER OF MAC 
Lachlan buggle., trap.; catinot ba 



beaten for durability. 
»f.n St. Phojio 1326. 



IMPORTER 

trap.; 

Wareho.u.e 717 John- 



CXOX .HKH <• LEANINO 



GENTS" CLOTHES 
repaired and presaod ; 



CLBANED, PTED. 
umbrella.' and 
parasols made, repaired and re-covered 
Guy W. WalUer. lOK Johnson St., iu«t e««t 
ot Douglaa Phone L-1267. ____^ 



THE MELROSE CO.. LTD., 61« FORT 8T. 
undertake every branch ot the painting 
and decoraUng buslnera and guarantee sat- 
tsfactloD. • .. 



O F. COURT NORTHERN LIGHT. 

No 5935. tricot.- at Foresters' Hall. 

Broad .treet, 2nd and 4th Wedne.daia. 
F. FulUrton, Mcret.ry. ' 



A. 



w. 



K. 



r OF p.. Mo. 1. kab yri&HT lodob. 

Friday. Kr^ of P. H»iL_eor. DouglM 

and iPandora street* J. L. Smith, K. of K. 
and S. Box i44. _^ . 



S' 



PATaailTS ANO l,«OAt. 



RO.WLAND BRITTAIN. REGISTERED 
Attorney. Pa.lents In ^U countrloa 
FalrOeld building, oppoall* V. O.. Vapoou- 
trer. ' ' 



PLPMBINO AND OAsriTTINO 



-LA-DIES- 



\\rAU CHONG 
VV dry cleaning^ pressing ! 
i.n short notice,'. 1725 Goveri 
Vlct6rj^. B.C. 



ASD GENTS' 
and repairing 
nintsht street,. 



^IlBBifr'PLUMBI.NO & IIEATIN(5 CO. 

Ltd For first class workmanship in 

the above Uive give ua.a t-lal. Temporary 
office IBS Broughlon St/, Phone 6B». . 

~\''-''^."~ATK 1 NSON. 



ONB OF. ENGLAND. B, ». ALEXANDRA 
Lodge 116 meets 1st and 8rd "Wednes- 
day K. or P. Hall- W. AppXeby. Fo«l-'Bay, 
ptiiident; J. Crltfihley. . B««retary, tildney. 

B. c. • . • . '-'- " :';... '' -^-' . 

SONS OP EjiOLANO. PRIOB OF ISLANto 
Lodge. A. O. P "»"-.»'?»* 'L'*™* 
ind and 4th Tue.daya President C-. I*"™- 
Jroy, Victoria We.t Secreta.-y. W. Uaw.on, 
Head ,3trcet, E.qttlmalt.^ ' ■ ; 

aoclEinrVoR THE p'revention of 

O cruelty to Anlmala V"'". "lo^V.'*'.''.'^ 
street. Phone.. Inapector Iiussal, 19il. .ec- 
relary L2343. .. ■ ,".:.. 



\VANTRD— Mt)V.>JJKKE(3l>BH Olt WO- 
\\: . ,,,nn til k.eg roofolng-houae heat, 
, lean »,nd In orde.': Vol and '■"'<!, f,»»r.^. Ill 
all room*. TUe Ww«l .fctylvo.ler, .1. '^"*"■ 

street, . . ut> 



Vate. 



LIST YOUR HOl'SEKEEPINO , UOOM.S 
With us, nri i'harge until we And yjlj! 
a tefidt^t Warburton St Co, 
m eiit ' .1 r'eet « 1 ■ p.lal r.. ) 



\\J ANDERSON, 

VVi defective Hues altered; grates re- 
backed. Residence 2&J« Blanchard street; 

phone L1T44. ";. ' ' ■. ' 

I A WOMAN'S BXOHANO.E, FOR THE 
J\. disposal ot needlework; ^ hand craft 
and every branch uf woman;. «*""'' ,«'"'/'" 
held lb the'-woman's building at the fan 
fair. Ladle. Interested may obtain fuller 
parflcularr^on application to Mrs. A- *5. 

Hhhar d*,^ Royal Oak^ P- O- . ._ 

V\7e7'kavb the only !!5LBCTBICAL 
>> keyrdupllcatlng machine In Vic- 
toria tor Yale *nd vo.iotflce Key;. Jn.uring 
a perfect at alway».. H. M. WlLOn. «M 
Cormorant. 



\TI7ANTED — TO 
VV Improved 6ai 



mproveo Saanlch property 'or^yiotoria 
proper^J^ phone H2319. loat» HUl liOO St .. 
Oak Bay. ' ■ ' . 



rROPERTY FOB S^VLST 



l^rfs "nove'r^-TW .SPEAK FRENCH OR GER>JAN IN 
1006 .UOvern- JJ_ three months; Imp 



HorsEKKEPlNG 
\v«.ter, bath; contrally iou«.A»di .;',. he 



ROOMS, WITJt aoT 
untrally 
Njw 'K^'veater. 7U» Y ate. .'ret. — ■ , , 

icS^ iT-H?ri5H!;D HOUfiEKBEPINO 

fooin .over Stoddarf. Jewrl^r<» tfore. 

Apply Brunswick hotel. '. '' , ' 



X uni'i 
street. 



jmm» 



8Al/B»t)«jr«X 
'. ApuU ir W»-«^olf a 



WAN TBli 

tTTil 



UNDERSTANDS 



\\TANTBD-~OlBi*- WHO 

VV cooking: no oUur »eed- , , 

W B. Uml th, ThI.He H all, l-ralgflower Rd, 

VV'OAIAN OR tWRl." w"tSrTKDr-FOn OAlLY 
■\^ l,nn». workj two in fartilly.. Reply Box 

i<l(>. Coionl.t. ■ 



\\ 



CONDENSED .ADVERTISING 
vomnmt and uybstock 



'ANl-B-p-^TWO i-IRST CLASS 
r.wes. Apply Dnllais Hotel. 



WAI'T- 



rno , LET— HOUSEKBEPING HO0-« 
JL Vaiw!oiiyer . street. 



1 



L yBiK;ouy« 

^nFRNi^UEi 



1* 1024 

.Jk^ — - 

ROOM'* 



method. Trial 
avenue, phone Rl 



m 



provcraent on Berlltn 
ip» .fiBe, 130» Stanley 



OT\MPING FOR #ANC»' WO.'lK ON 
fe your own moterla>r-'-Dra*>s iifit«H.^at 
V. a Turner. SI7 JTort stf.v>t. - 



VIOLIW. FLVTB AND HARP— MR. DAN 
Green (Late Sergt. .Soloist, and teach- 
Royal Artillery Slripg Ba..d) and Lo..; 
concert.. • etc Pe.lrtt* pupils, 10«o 



1.-"i|OR' SA LB— BE ACTl FjrL T;KS IDKNT lA l . 
1 property «ud g«od ■fiJTm-^ftnr exiell. ni. 
shooting in.d il.ftjajg; 1«*> Hcreil. *«>•'>*''"« 
District. L', miles noin_ statUill] . 5o acr.-s 
cleared, pan under culHvatlon and pui i 
rough pasture; 1'= acres beaftlos .o.-clmr.l 
good garden with atrawberrlts. etc.; com 
ttirtuhb- 9-rooin tiUusc, pVeltlly attuatea t-vi i 
loakriiiB lake on property. wltTi.. boat and 
bottthousfi; spring wat'-r laid Into nous.-. 
two ba.na will, hoise and eow,i stabtlni-. 
rdg, house, live lar«.e poultry . ildu*'« will. 
itranarv and 'fncubatHir house, tobl hoini- 
and Either outbuildings, AtUliriMMA own. i 
Lalitvh'W Farm. W'e.tholmc, lio *_XL.^' 
o"''v6u WANT X i"-OsV' ^OME. THE., 
see owner of I'&O liwirih .ti-eei. ofi 
Rl<ihniond road. ..ew houscMiaK acrt lot-ii 
d.-lrfred.,.- '-■ y' ,,. ■ - : 



er 

don concer 

Richmond avenue 



ED. HOUSKKEBPINO ROO"'* 
Apply 630 Prince,., avenue, ^uUs 
only; $10 mahth. , ' ' ..'",■■ 



TO LET— HOt?»«KBF.PlN<* ItOOM*; 

two bedrooms and, hllcheh, 4.3,7 Bell' 
vTtIe*»r)eeTr opposite- 1 •.- P. R. Docit.J- . 



mo "T^Sf^-PURNLIHEt). LARGE BED 
X room with use of dlnlngroom, kitchen 
bath and teUpboue. Apply I2« Government 
street, Jame. Bay. No children. 



•ANTBD-+-AN . BXPKRIKNCr.D SKIRT 



1 

Strel'l, 



Y^;-^K^%^r"^h^^. "^ v:^j^::^s^: bith.- ,< ...k. ^am.. 



"iPIOR RENT— TWO- FltONT KUR^'^""!^'' 

X? housekeeping roiru., one a* hed-^trrliig 

. , /,.?!.._, g^g cooker, sink hot 



A OOOD HO.MB POR .vol N(; GIRL WHO 
will go to School and asslit with .work; 
•mall T-muneratlon Apply between * anai 



7 evening.. Mrs. 
Pandora avenito 



A Rlchardwjn, l*!'* 



w 



fANTED-REJ't.VED PER.SON AS A 
mother. hJ-lp. 'Box 490; phoneam. 



PLUMBING. STOVE- 

flttlng. ZM-i Blanchard; phone R,1H17. 



COAL AND WOOD. 



BURT. OEO.-rDBALBR IN ALL KINDS 
of wood and coaL Delivered to any 
part of clly, at current rale.. Phone 82S. 
>ardji, 735' Pandora. 



fore cutting: 
or over. Tel. 



B. QRICB TO GET TOUR FALL 

t be» 
MeaauVe guaranteed, in cord. 



GO TO 3. _, - - 
orders. Wood piled In yard or lot be«- 



POTTEkY WARE. ETC. 



CJBWER pipe; FiELD TILE. GROUND 
te Fire Clay. Flower pots. etc. B C 
Pottery Co., Ltd.. Cor. Broad and Pandora 
Bt*. -yictprla, B. C ■ ' - 



REAL EffTAi'B AOENT8 



CUTHBRBT. HERBERT & CO.— "BAR- 
gatn. Victoria Real KstateJl^ ^ Jnve.l- 
menti^ timber an* fruit lands.. «1« Fort St. 
Vhone 1610. Cable address. "Cuthborib 



TANTBD — SMOOTH-HAIRBD 



w 

Coionl.t 



teVrlt-r pup. <lli.ale.) Apply ^ox 



VOX- 

463 



WTANTiSD TO PURCHASB. A GOBDO^JJ 
VV. setter- 'pup: musit be cheap for ca.h. 
Apply Box -4H2 Colnntst. ■ .' ' . 



W^HITB ORPINGTON t ■0(.:K.HK.LS__FOH 
V.V .ale. Wni. cook, _& .Hon.. .train. .l'>-o- 



Vt'ANTED A HESl'<>N->^IBLK GIRL TO 
VV take baby but dprlng afternoon. Ap- 
ply Mi's. "Hamlltoti. Roccah.dl a. ^ 

t \ ' V NTED-^QOQO W A If BBSS OL,YMH.i8 

VVirafe. ■ "^ , i^ 



1)14 Covirfney .treet. 



*0 'UBT— HOCSKS 



iX. 



IT"- 



Removal notice-^b. c. .hardware 
Co., Ltd., have .;emovea their farm Im- 
plements, buggies, wagons, etc.. to 733 
Johnson street, e aat of Dougla. street. 

S -TUMP. PULLERS A.ND ANY TOOVS RB- 
QUlred for land clearing, logging etc.. 
F,ree trial. Price, and terms apply The Du- 
cre.i Blurop Puller and Tool manufacturer* 
466 Burnslde road, Victor ia- B. C. 

EMO-VAL NOTICE— "i-HOMAS C ATT BR- 
all. bull*r a5r~genesal contractor, baa 
removed «o 9X1 Fort .treet, above Quadra. 
Tel. S20. ' , 

G" REENHOUSlBS^'fXTlC-T HOTTOM BOATS, 
long ladders, stepr. meet sate, dog 
booses in stock and made to order. Jones. 
Capital Carpenter and Jobbing Factory, 1003 
-Vaaoouvar and Tatea atreat. ^ 



W^ijRTH J'J.wftn BUT WILL "SELL KOU 
VV 16,000 and terms, owing llf leaving 
.Itv. one acre. highly - uUli^lSd.. gro.ni.l 
with spl^'.iJlid B-room house, nanVry. bath-, 
room baseoii-nt. wood sh<-d». «t«ble. chb 
ken hous.-; ^11 small fruits, 23 flhtit irec* in 
full b'-ailug rus's and ornamental- trees, 
on rai-' line. ' .\pply Box 638 ColOnl.1. 



I 



,-«3E -KXT.K— BARGAIN ON l!rt;LIOT 1" 
atreet Tvi»d~tf)t», --olo.e to ParUaraeni 
BIdffS. 56X1.-.0 each only ■ $9,000 fot; t)."' 
two. Qub'k sale. E. C, B. BagShawB , A^; 
Co. Ill2 Broad street. 



— W^ — 

FpO'M 

iolng 



VX'ANTBD—LADY TTelP FOR TttB 
\V country domeaUcated, food home. Box 

40(1 Colonial. ^^_._ . , • .' 



OR KENT—PERM ANENTLV. SMALL 
ci.mp-Act. m-jdernlled furnisbetl house, 
three bedroom., close In: every cnnvenl- 
t-ncc; electric ll«h«. enamel li^ith, hot aod 
cftld water; good rang*: g«« plate, etc.; own- 
er would retain .'use ol one iM-droora if oe- 
.Ir..d. Jtnd l-t lo arood class tenant at v.^iy 
moderate re.ii. Apply ;. to S uvenlnga, ».l-' 
Flsgiiard street, near Blanch ar d. 

TO LET— PU RN WI BD," NRW 5-ROOM 
house «llh every modem convenience 
piano, etc, near «ove.nment . buildings; »35 
litont'h Addi-ea. 511 roloiil.t offlP*- 



\7t;'ANTBD— A WAITRESS. 
"VV' nilhion Hotel. 



fAPPLt DO- 



r'uary hatched birds. 

t'O. 



H. C. Connor; ■ Sidney, 



BUY 



149. 



ALL & WALKER WELLINGTON COL- 

le. Coal, Comoi Anthracite Coal. 
Blacksmith's and Nut Coal specially pre- 
pared. Tel !i3; 1232 Gove rnment St 

V'lNGHAM. J. & CO. — OFFICE 1201 
BROAD at. Coal delivered to any part 
Df the city, at current rate*. Pbona •*1, 
Whirf, foot of .Chatham St. 



H 



K' 



T>Ai.NTER, J. E. A SONS— COAL. "WOOD 
X and birk ot finest quality at current 



rates. Trjr ouf p.W;_and 
niit coala PhoiM Mi. 
unt St. 



tally prepared 
u 1 1 Cormor* 



MARRIOTT & FELLOWS—REAL Ins- 
tate, loans, ilmbcr. mines and rentala 
Office. Vancouver, Nuw Westminator and 
Victoria. »19 Trounce Av«inue. Pbona «i». 



POTTS. HOWARD A. O.— REAL Es- 
tate, Financial and Timber agonta In 
business in' Victoria for over twentj; year.. 
office «J« PVrt stroet . 



CREAMERIES AND D.^mnSS 



KOYAL DAIRY- CREAMERY BUTTER. 
Ice cream, milk and buttermilk; ro- 



Dougl.as St., 



jallty 
or P! 



hone 18ft. 



BBAYSrBN 



HEANEY, JO.SEPH 
street. Telephone 171.. 



OFFICB 66 Wharf 



rpRACKSELL, ANDERSON' * CO.--RBAL 
L estates, timber Joan., rentals, cotlectloft. 
Offices: Roglna, Sask., and Victoria, B. C. 
OfOcc: 1210 Broad St. P hone t7',t^. 

'' SAXLMAKEBIS ' ' ;., " ' ,_^ 

BRo7 SA I L M AK ERS. TENTS, 
furniture,.. Warehouse 
Phone 796., 



VA'ANTEf}— TO - 

VV bulldog l)up. Ho.t 407 f7olonl.t. 



WBL'LrBBKD 



ivrAJSTED TO PURCHASE, A GORDON 
VV setter pup: mu.t be cheap, for caah. 

Apply. Box 1>«2 <.:ol<>nlBt. ' 

T}Km~"8ALB^BNOi;.18K SETTER PUP- 
X pies, six montha' old; Lowen property. 
Enquire on Gorge, H- C>rroll. ■ 



l:^8T.=.AND FOUND 



KEEP HotrSB FOR. 

Apply ll»7 North Park 

street, between the hours of S^J^^Id *_'':. "^L. 

yxNTfcD—WOM A?s'"tO ' SUPBI^TNTBND 

cooking, imail family; kitchen maid 

kepi ; good ho me. 183 t-olonl.,^. 

Nl"i RSB FOl i 



FOR 8ALK— MI8CELLANEOCS 



PRBSfl CAMERA FOR RALE; HALt 
plate. Show's Reflex, Goerz shutter, 
Aldl. lens; thre, double dark aUdes. i" eX; 
cellent ■ ■ondltlon; fiftn be, stwn. .Mnynard a 
Pgndora atreat. • i.^_-. 



T?OJUL SALI'i— l^'ORTVSIX: MILES 
X* Victoria, on E & S. By., a. 
-<-An<'ern_»ib.oroughly good farm, _,„,„. 

bottom l.-vnU. under culllvatioti and pasture 
»^.ck and con.pler,j llfle of-hnplenienl* an.l 
tools; bou.e fqrHlabed or unfur«li)hed. I-oi 
lull parilculnrM apply Box 602 < olon.at. 



VTl^ANTKD— TO 
VV three men. 



w- 



/••lORDON HEA.&. TO RENT— CO'l'TAG E, 
Vjr six .no.ns, and 10 acres, also log cabin 
liitnber lined, stabling, sl.\ fov'l house, and 
run good water. $20 pm- monlji: le«e if re- 
qtilred. Harman «t Appleton, 631 Xaies 
itH'tet;. 



F 



OR SALE—OVER 100 .MASQUERADE 



Apply' Box 531 Colonist pffhre. 



\t|;antkp— AsaisTANT Nri RSB. . yy j; 

W Kolowtiik. C«tt..ge HospUa/l. .alary $30 
month. State, qtialltlvailon., te»t''n"j>'»'«' 
experience' and age, Apply to secretary. 
Box SS. Kelowna, H .'■ '. . ' . . . 

FOR 



-■VFOMAN TO CARB 



VV 'baby. Tn'a "do"l Igh t housework ; "«'«"ld 
ler lo go to Uamluops Cor .winter. 



TEUNE 
awnings, camp 
570 Johnson St. 



STENCIL AND SEAL ItNGRAVINO 



CI ENEHAL ENGRAVER AND SJENCIL 
X Cutter, Geo. Crowther, 13 Wharf St., 
behind Post Office. 

■ . . — ' . . > f»i»i i i i ..i'i ' . . ' i' i ■ 

BAND AND GRAVEL 



LOST— TWO WEEKS' AGO, GORDON 
•etter pup; female, iwo months old; 
corlv eats, brown ofl legfr-and stcimat-h: 
ainilKhl hairs. Reward. Apply 'UOSf 6»» 
Colonist. _ " ' , ' . ■ ' ■ __^ 

LOST— ON TUB8D/VV. ON -OOtiGK CAR, 
Kbout 4 p. m... a silver mesh pur»o 
contailnlng 7oc. Reward tor return ot samu 
Will iH* paid at the Oak Hay , Ito t^-^ ^, 

L'TJir— ORRy S^1L;K 8TRi.piii) scari.- 
with fringe, beiwftn cosner Douglaa 
H..H1 Yaiea i^treet , and Quttdta. ' Return, 

phase, to ColonW. __,.j_^„_^__.,— _ 

iSrT- ON THE lOTif INBT, SA EAST 
man", folding e*mefa7 Riward. Ap 
ply Box At a (lolonHt. 



like her lo go 
Apply 6»{| Andr«*k . 
evenings; Vlctoirla "West. 



s'.rei't, corner James, 



VICTORIA TRUCK 
Telephone 13. 



AND DRAT CO.— 



DYE WORKS 



J> . STEAM DYE WIJRKS— THE LAR 
L>, gesl. dyeing and cleatiing works In _the 



g _.._,. „ 
piovlnce. country orders solicited. 
;;00. J C Rcnfr?,^y, proprietor, 



Tel. 



Be SAND 4 GRAVEL CO,— FOOT OP 
Johnson St, Tel. lilS-S. 'Washed and 
graded sand; gravel for mncrele work.^De 
Vlvered by team, o: 



W* ANTED— A NI-RSEBY dOVlBBNBHB 
%^y Mrs, J. S H. Matron. Motint 
Adelaide, Es<iulm*lt. between tM hours ot 

tl a.m. a nd 1 p.m. ■ ', ;_ 

ImHlRTY MORE HEVVXHo MACHINE OP- 
' X crators wanted, electric poi«fer ma- 
chines, eight h6ur day, union wages. Be- 
ginners taJkght. Apply Turner »?«'»" *l-° • 
factory' corner of Bftstlon and Wharf straets 
Victoria. • ■ 



mo RBNT— OOMPaBTABLY FUHNISHLD 
X -•m roblned hotui» ■♦«^<th tnbdefft con- 
%e nience » jVppl y .'631 Rote street. - , 

'E HAVE THRBB tHjL FOUR JBOPLK 
In the office eyeiy day HpoRmg Mr 
houses to. fent if you Have one «!;j>P J" 
aud let us have jjarllcuiaTS i>f .It. Bol>nrl 
Ordbb, jm Brotad .treirL_ /.. ■ :~^- •'w'-'-,. 



VV 



IADYSMITH HOUSE, TE-N ROOM", 

J furnished. $25 mopth,; c..rnor Badei.- 
Pnwell and First avenue. LadyMn?lth, B. <■ . 



FOR ,XALE— OFFERS FOB FQRMLH 
wrecked Bann'^ld creek llfehoat now 
lying about two miles from city ball 'Hot 

r,34 Colonist. ' . ■ 

f>OR SALE— MO-roR LAUMCH. TUB 
X ••Olady." i« feet long; almost ,n«W; In 
first class condition. Apply cavetaher. Oak 
Bay boat house. . , 



^OK SALE— T,At:Nt.;H 21 FEET OVER 
Jf all Ave feet 6 In bcftm.— ropper «hd 
brass f'astened; hardwood flalsh. Apply '•' 
ViMe'-stMet. ■'',■ _!_.__ 



,^On SALB-^-OOOD SAKE »45; WINOOVV 
displaj-,'. flB;: 20- toot counter, $10- 



T^OR SALE. MUCH BELOW V..^t,rE. I'INL 
1. larRe well built . .V-rooni house on 
rort street, corner, with '9-'""^ '<?«■• .'»••': 
Jublle.- l.ospltril; .ement- foundation: 'full 
iia'senient hot ttl.r furnace; all moderiv. J." 
qi.*ck sSl'-. oTily $B.:.00 E. C, B. R«S»ha« ■ , 

1112' Broad s treet. . 

■X^Uli .-ALE— VERY CHEAr*. FOWL B.VY, 
X inrg.- eorner lot .lose to "each aiid 
nverlooklng the bay. Quick sale, only M60. 
K C. U. Bag shawe & l o.. 1112 Broad St. 

T.'^OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOU VAC- 
X ant lots, new 6-room 1 Vj -storey hous<^ , 
with half acre of ground, on 1**?^"" *'• 
Shoal bay, Price $4,500;- terms. '••,*!*'': 
n(ng. .Mundays Shoe Store, Gov£^-nment 
street. . -^ ■ ; ■ ■' - . ■ - ' 

TTa'rKDALE HOMKiJiTRS ^O" „ »"* 
1 monthly. $26 -ash. *200 per'Jol. Un.der 
rulllvation. SO fool frontage, f'.n , "'!*„* 
from car We will drive you out at l»^n». 
7." 7 p. ». -PemitMTt, orr_feJio jp.. «>* i^Otl: ^ 
fTE.VDCHJARTBRS FOB F««T-GEOROl!S 
XX towhslle. Jilr: Child has gone to Jort 
George and on his return 'n,.**>»"'^. „.*,*'' 
wepka will tell ybu all about th« townslli.. 
Cfilld * ('o.', T07>,fl Yates »""«'gt^_ ' , 



flll«f cabinet }« 
,nl»t 



Apply to Box 462 Crtlrf- 



rno LET— woDi-yRN 7-room house. 

X Hillside avenue, close to Douglas stjeet. 
U. H. Jones. Roo.n 20. Promls Block, Oov- 
.eirnment street. ' " , ' 



WANT)eU>~-MI8CeLl.ANEOVB 



""" tUTAN-WiD-DRBSSMAKL-ilG APPftENTl- 
., --W- CCS. Apply Mrs, Angus, 3rd floor 



TO RFINT— ?HB 10* ROOM HOUSE FUR- 
nlshed at It SS/ Fort street, for six 
months or one yelr from September 1st. 
phone 2460; nee snyall chlldfen- . . , . 



HOUtlE TO RENT— 1712 / J>ENMAN ST, 
10 rooms wllh all nyadei'ri oon'vanleno- 
es large gaiden' with fidwers/ and vege- 
tables, twenty-four friilt trees, thirty dollars 
per month or tCould lease lor ono yeai-. Ap- 
ply Victoria' ht>tel. 



BU6INVSS' CHh^Gtmr 



scows at Royal Bay., 



SHORTHAND 



(»»'>/ wi BUVH 12-BO 

»lP<L>l/vl bimrdlng hous 



PAUL'S 'steam 'dye works— -318 FORT] 
street. Wo clean, press and. .repair 
ladles and g-nlicmen .- nts equal to 
naw. Phrjne 624. _ ^_ 

T^Tr'TVjRlX^?iTF;"A .^l I'Vi; W..ORKS. H44 
^' Fort rftreet; telephone 717. Ladles' 

" " nil. Ills cleaned or Myed. 



cShORTHAND SCIIOOL-M103 BROAI> ST.. 
fS- Victoria. Shorthand; Typewrlllng, 
Bookke.plpg, Telegraphy thoroughly^ taujiht. 
Oradu.ates liil good posUlona E. A. Mac 
mlllan, principal. ■ 



srAVENGINO 



ARD8 CLEANED. RBSl- 
Cook St. Phone 1788. 



E. 

xficTORlA. aCAVKNC.ING CO., OFFICE 
V 18'.'6 : Government' street. Phone • 60,i. 
Ashes and rubbish removed. ^^ 



BO0M irtjRNlTURB 
Ladysmith. B. C, 
,eusf' one vear. rent only $-'«. i '.(.r. . Bndcn- 
l.nweVl iinilFlrsi avenue, Ladysmlt.l:. B. '. 



ppeilcf r's 



ANTED— DRB8.HMAKINO APPRENTl- 

cea Apply Ml.. McMillan; 8rd Xloo» 

Spencer's ,..■.. ■ '■ ' ', .-....■ 



SITUATIONS WANTlin«-MAI.» 



WTANTEI) OFFICE MAN' WITH A FEW 
VV thousand dollars "to take a worl?ln« 



Interest In huslnesa 
niat. 



Apply Box 841 Colo- 



V 



j-IOR »ALE,-THE UllODWILL AND 

rontcnis of a 20 -room board' luid loilg- 
li'ius.-. located within five, n.lnutes of 



w 



KI.EtTBVlANS' it I I I ( TBie_8UPPLIEH 

rMj7jT ^ TUSfJN. EL.EfJ'Tkic-Cir CON- 
V tractors. .Motor boats, gasoline engines. 
Phone A-1446 735 Fort St 

^Aw~kS;s & Hay 

St., . Electricians; all . .. . , 

rarrled. Installations and rettalrs promptly | housing 
,.-r-i-'') to: prices jnoderati. 



riNO ON, 1709 GOV'T ST. PHONB 38. 



1 hlUll/H'*". 

& HAYWXiO. vTESrrj 'arBYRN, 

klndt" of mippllcs XI'.. ot 1 ateii; 



,\.M> U VIM not SiS.i 



Phone tttn. I No. 10 



hlORAliK 

Ts02-^4 W-HARF ST . 

eotn '*' '""i "" wtorni;-' 
mnnufactur 
Phone 394. I 



w 



EMPLOVMF.NT BfBEAIi 

IN'J I'N, XVi'..' ' '■' 

<,LA8S.JIND OLAZlNtJ 



vS 



JTORACK AND WAP. I 

f .f nooi- sparr-' 



10 



-< \' 1 . n 
r;. 



, OF GLASS — 

,atlc, ornamental, 
• o Ltd , 618 For^ 



llAltKW AKI'. 



T 



;l'ill. I'- 



^ CO.— HARDWARE AND 
-KileiJliurai Implements. Corner of 

., n?id Oovernmeht Sts^ . . _ „ . 

i ;• MAN TYK HAnDWARE' CO.— 
steel, hardwnre. cutlery, 30 

\-|, lorla. n. C. 



,1 Iron, 
.■„r.n it .Viites ../itreet 



1 LA.S ,V.M) t 1)1 1 I ' 

PIoiSrEEn ^JFFEB & 
Ll-1 . t-. n-i I'- "•"-t. '• 

phone, f.' ■ 

~ TIMBER, I.AND,S 



FOOT 

\\ ;. re- 



I it.Ouii 
Uun- 



i LLS, 

Telc- 



I,"^NGL18HMAN, PRACTICAL •IAIL<.>R 
II and culler, desires pftrmawncy Jn any 

.•npa.'llv. town or counlrv; «ll-.o.in. cotii- 
m.-rcl,.< .•w-ileuc; v.»<n\ mlM.-«m(.n ; highest. 
credentlHlw. , Apply BI..V U\<> t •..(■im.-ti 



8CM<>IRtt> RESORTS 



/TeNTLEM,.VN WANTH rtlTlATION, 

\J t.inp.iii.rv or permanent: ..-^iiJorlenved 
bookke.p. r; tMi8ln/.»a man; hlKhest, crtdeu-. 

Mala. n--.\ r>:'i i/.'olonlst. ^ ,_ _„,„_,. 

~F)V-E-R"<>M BU.V. 



DEEP "DIVE, COWICHAN BAY, BOARD 
and looms n vallab ia for the salmon 

fishin g i'-c sop^ _A p'FIy~"|r ~OIgh tc-n^ 

Wui«NA"vl8TA HOTEL. cbwitr.HAN BAY 
X* und«r new. managemefit. good boating. 
Ijnthlng and fishing. Hotel carriage, mejta 
rr;'n7*tCoVlehan station. For terms apply 



PARTY "W'ISHING TO HB«D T-YLAtt- 
old iwv to private schpol. would like 
to Have term»l from any» pr.lvat« "'"hool; 
not far f.om JHIIslde av.>nu,c. Apply Box 

■632 Colonist . ■ - ■ 

\XTANTED— SOMEONE TO TRAIN FO.K 
VV teiTUr pup. Inquire at Imp>>i-ial 
holet • ' ' : ^^ 



LOOK AT THIS-TWELVB HUNDRED 
acre*, eight miles .lit, yn three main 
roads; kOtI . a«ros .clcar.«r. •-«""""' .,''|'"*'i 
I'Mins- J r'.ei. »u,'5.000; ea.y : rms. Adi..ln,n« 
property $200 fin acre. ,' Boj; 4 M. Cloionia t 



iJioh SALB-218 ACRKS OF LAND WITH 
r lake and a largo deposit of Hme#ton.. 

analyalhK »« per cent «'"':''«'»^VV "?ailwLy 
property fronts on the E. & >. .!;»',lw".> 



\TlTAN*rAD IWAN, GOOD 'SKCURl'Ty, 
Vv w1M'i»«y-12 per cent. Apply Box 4.,9 
Colonist. 



VX^ANTED Ho imVt~A OOOD PIANO. 

VV by the montW;_wl)l be itaken good 

Apply,"l« Dallas avenue; phone 




OiNAP— LOT. MICHIGAN STRf'^T "'-••'.' 
to feet' high; car lln<); near Government 

■ " ' * - ' . --. I./., ,*cl'. 



buildings. »»!»01- iBrm* 
Colonist. 



care ot. 
R1807. 



1/ 



XST CHANCB." I CAN AND WILI- 



JU 



Ulg lioiis.-. located within nv» minuies "i .-,,,,. LARGE Fl VF.-I{"0,\l JM■.^• 

tlw p.,.«t office; has a splendid connexion 1^ ^^, ,.,5^ Ulcl.rnoml rivenu.' 

and Is aUvays fully occupied. A ^«ple.ldld ^, ,„;■ ,. „ j, ii.irsl .' 1 001 H.til'..".. , i' ""•".t: 

ulipoit unit v lor someone to ent.r this lino •2r'_'v.. .J . . ,. _..^ .- '-,- .-»_,— 

of. bift«ine«» at a very r- nRonnbl'-' e„jt.. ~|",,j;;, '-|-nic| A N SKEK-'^ p('1Sirii»N ' .' 1 1 

A pply B. c. Lund Xc In - -. Xi ,ui«' ■! i" iiiifblnery; w'HIn ■'>' 

,^,,1, MA r. re— A PA, , ,C Pfood i.ii.. n>' .'upaclly. Harf. 1 



R 



^Oit. SALE— A PA . 

house. - Apply 521 Slincou Hlnei, ^ 



OOMlNf 

rnom!« 

ri'lil -$'.") I 



TJ 



i newly bull! Hh('ii will be rented t.. II.-, i:,<!ht 



\D PARK. ^VBBT .PENDBR IML- 

resort. « few 

OMjf. W, 



J and. fc'*>asldo sufnmer resort, 

ucsts ttk/m. Rate/ H-0O Per d 
i-lmmer. / _/ ^ 

D 



prove that. 8HM) will brlnjf y"" »>^;- 
a yea.'.-,ln a, safe, •ound, honest Injest- 
t; Iajiifc.-Best opportunUy on eat th , 



000 
men 

writ* -q.l 
Sec. Sn.l' 



or particulars. 
"e Marie,' Mich. 



R. Ry*n, 



'i/i"xPERlK.N<'ED MENTAL NVl 
Vj r(ccoinodnHoti _ln..."<;.i; "^J.'l.^" 

?Ttm1e pilllenl ■ ■ '* 

Veslfblnslri. R 



Address 



Ni; R6» lo- 
om e 
Bo* 87 4 



_UA8 

for a 

Now 



T>EAD THIS— t'OR. SALte OFF Ji;.. 
IXi Burnslde road, close' 10 ■IV.'rtage i.iitt 
aud proposed line, 17 acres at $20.;, a siiin. 
Hol.f!c8, Burnslde grsenhougea, t.tra'.Tb.M .y 
Vale. P.O. ^ „__ . 



ERRAfAHAGBr^- KSQiriMALf BOAD 
""„;^,ttrge gsirden, beautifully situat- 
ed, neaX-a On "o«r irn.. T.rm. mod.r- 
4te. Plijlno Iii3»- 



WAXTBt»— TO BENT. 



8^ 



JIITUATION WANTKl* UY Ytfil.NU ,\1AU- 
ried' KnrHNlii.inn; 'ilff nbsialn.r; cure 

Mf.i«. If a- 

Col'.ilbii .. 



.,i,n, , .. ,.....r»,i -.--^ ' \ . .. .. 

isotui. Api'iy 'B«x r.2fi 



-:--BA; man WITH $1000 TOIN- 



lirirtloiilars' apply to L 
.W^Jnll Park, _ 

, > i \-~AND LOT 3n 

i.'' Sliucoe striel. block 29, -lot 
shape. Price $3,700. Apply 



LOT 

10 triangle 
1709 Ooi't St. 



Krc 



T1.MBEH 



/"1APT c. J. ' brownri:;g, 

\J land., mining. Office Imperial hotel. 
P.O. Box 568^ ^__^ J ._ 

' lUNDERTAKINO AND EMBALMING 



c 



rm^mtnmurM by ti« madioal profe«iOB r« 



FUNERAL Fl RNISHING CO., 101S 

Gov't St. Tel. 'J23f., !!3;l« ,2^37. 2238, 

Prompt attention. Chas. Hayward, 

A. Hoyward, Sec; F^Casellon. Mgr 

rv; 3~TtANNT.~r;NDERTAKEn — I'AR- 

VV. lore !'20 Vfttea SU. Oriidunlo 1. s 

. College of Embalming Contt-actnr lo H M, 

t» j Nsvy. Office phono 498 Mes. j.lionii 611 a' 



B. 

223B. 
pres 



.i\i-;rki\ i;mi'io\mi^i \su 

(.I'N •■ R \ I V(,l- \< V 



.11, TACO-MA-AN E.KPBRI- 
,. . ., ■ iilldrcn's nurse, also compe- 
tent cook; reference, necssar.v. 



XA'ANTED— BA; man with JIODU lu 
>,V v,.st, ",,,1, ,..,,o,,,:j J. wllh KiiH 
irlni-s.' .\ I 

'Ol'Mi 

i-Xpei 

I 6i4 Colon i'- _ 

I xrol'NU EN'TlI sTi M A N U 1 .-< 1 1 
1 work, win ink.' 'f', ,n'ontl. 
ivork. with good !.■ . 



\I,tANTEr^ AT. ONCE, «0*'/P«Tf'^V,^ 
VV. hoard and lodgInK ""• JJ*" /"f ^"1 
an.l ihve„ grnwi* Children: garden a conr. 
sld-raii.in, Box R37 C.d..nl8t. 



'ANI'El" -A s'K0ONDf«A,N» RByBia« 
. .' . Ing ciut.e.li 
Itiotor also bearJn»« 



W'ANI'El' -A »Bii;«ji-.nvr» «.!■»«' '»• 
yy . Ing clutnlL tor- 20 hOMepower 
Itiotor also bearing* for 1 ^4 »haft, 
44 2 Colonist^ 



iharliie 
Apply 



,1 tst" YOUR PROPJBR** ■VVlTH A LIVE 
J J firm. W*. now have fe buyers re^dy 
,0 purchasi, It pay. «»••:«<•••„„ j,,^"""I,'J'' 
American iRfnlty Co.. 1204 DoU»lus ,fc>l.. 

Phone 21B 



ir.s poKi 



. i ■ ! I h ' 



TiFANT^n) TO RiBNT. IN JAMBS BAY. 
V\ 1,1., furnished hoUseke.'PtlJK I'OO'd*- 

I '■ .'r.ilonlst. ' _ , . , ' . ., .. ■ 

,, ,,7m VVANTBU Ft)R BUHINKS*! 

|> ,,1 with privni" fumlly tind phone. 

\,,|,i- i;,,x ,f|.1i; .•(ilonlsi, ^_ ^ ' ■ . 

/ 1 1-' HT I F ri-TfTNu'it s E~ w a"n t k i-t r nI S H,K I > 
G root... stove or furnace heat; P'^/";«; 




SMALL FARM—SOUTH 8AANICH, iV, 
miles trom Victoria on main road. 23 
acres p.etty sTx roomed bupgalow. recentlv 
painted Insido and out. spring water on 
house, barns, stables, five chicken house.-. 
300 fruit trees, 1,000 strawberries, kltoh^n. 
garden, all sinall fruits, about six acrja In 
oats and peas and w.ieded down to clover 
and grass. 60 chickens, ducks, three Incu- 
bators, brooders, good family cow and a 
ouahtlty of farm Implements. A genntnH 
going concern. $2,000 takes imroedl»t.3 po»- 
sesslon. Price $7,000. 10 years to Pay th. 
balance. Apply J. K. Colonist oftio*. 



RKAi; ESTAT» 



ment n - . J , .11 

lorliL l.lteraluro i^nd full 
sent to all liames fnrnlshed. 



Information 



HiNKSON SIDDAIL & SOM 



P. p. Box in New 



i ..I 



-iiM •,Ihr«;r« RiiUdlnf. 



r YOn WISH TO dispose of sYtJUU 

tv books, drop nie a card .wwv \ 
r. vou. 1 will be In VI.'.- ^ ^\l\} 
torl'i once R .i.ohlh. Edwin J. Gklloway, ' 
n*f- and old book store, 782 Oranvllle St., 
\ V'lcouvef, ^ . ■ 



IF Y 
lav 

und I will call' 



w 



W 



T'l-ANTED- house PAR/.'i" 
1 V alao general maids 



M \ IDS (8), 
cooks; 

goo.l w^ngea'to suit eapftbiilii 

TAls'rElJ^JRUr, FOR DREHSM AKING 
■ivith some knowledge (cttr.i 



VV 

t \ '.A NTIsb— Hl'PERIOR MO'Il/iER s:* 



I 1 1 city 






LP 



T>OHlTION OF I '■ ' 

J.' I'.iuple, anv.^'d 
work; town or td 

\''OUn"g .married .M.V.N 
X Hon of trust or iiny 
plovnieiit In business house 
.Vddreeg Box 473 Colonist. 



iil.out four room* or t»'' .^'^^^ 
unfurnished. Address 



! li If eh en. 



,,i iif I'll 1.1 o; 
10 7 Colonist. 

.sEICKs'^OSr 
kind of ein- 
or warehouse. 



NEAT AND HONEST. 

Avants^ Janitor or any oiKer,;^ It'"** "^ 

work. Box 480 Colonist . ' ■ 



S.rOt;NG MAN, 



r'lllEMlST AND ARSATER <30>: (.ONG 
\ .-xprrlen.e In the< manufacture of 

rbeml.als and nsaav 'itf''"'',*',, '*."'"■',', '^'"" * 
^.osltlon. Address toox .WZ colonist. 



Box .'.'■)« 



■ScroT'Ni'. 

X roo.n 111 |.i Ivaw: 
Colonist. 



MED 

. :i';'.: 



X ADY wihiik;» .1'" 
Jj"' without board): »i« 
ticnlnrs to Box 364 Cobmlsi. 



■r»AGOAOE PROMPTLY HANDLEP AT 
JlJ current rates by the Victoria Transfer 
t6.. Phone 1!9., Office open night and da.v., 

ivXTANTBD— TO PURCHASE. OLD MA- 
Vv hogary furnlluro, clocks, grandfather 
Clocks, coins, stamps, etc. A. A. Aaronson, 

86 Johnso n street. '__, . ^ , 

\X WANTED— SCRAP BRASS. CO P P E R, 

' \\ xinc, lead, cast Iron, sacks and all 

Minds of br.Hl<u. and.rubbctl-JilKheHl <-a»h 

Victoria Junk Agency, 1630 

Phono 13J0. 



er-'.l \^ itii ■' 
$4_..'.";^ 

"" ■Vciii': 1 ' 

II Ba; . ' 



IlK.'-i. 0001.) FARMING LAMi ' 

, 1... v.'.„,i,.. riv. 1 r..ad, mostly " 
I 1 and fir. I'lii 



T.,tivr.- 

X .Mil 



II AH.M, .NKAL 



VfTBBINARY SCHOOLS 

SAN F1M-NCI8CO VETFTITKART 
'lege. Catslogue mailed f.ee. 

Koane, Ul» Market street, 8.F. 



COL- 
yr. 



prices psid. 
Store strset. 



Phono 



HERBERT S- LOTT 

ll.>nr.l ..f Trad." Bid*. 



12:11 



A 

Mrs 



NTI'-Jt'H JEWKLKRV. DIAMONDS. KN- 
gravlngfl and pictures t.onirb. an'l sold. 
A. A. Aaronson. S6 Johnson -'- 



lit reel. 



\\riLMONT " PLACE, l^A K 
VV lots f.n high Ki'ound 



1 : A ^ 
I'l II. 



TWO 
MOO 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



/ 



Friday, AuQust 26, 1910 



/ 



VICIORIA DAILY COLONIST 



17 








SWEET CAPORAL 

ARETTES 





SOLD EVERYWHERE 




FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL 




I'lrn. I '.i; h I raili- si ill .I'li.'i h'lt a |..-i 
I' r ili'ina imI \i .IS 1 .'ii. .1 I c ,1 , ! , i i '1 1 >■ 

•I l:il I i;.- r..|ll llill.'cl 1|. ,r : • ,( . , 1 M a II 

'li f '.'.■>■ ~ npiM.n III pi-csi'iit a vi"'''''""!ill/</'i 

I i|' III I I i Ml ', In).; Ill 

i'. h' a I , r HI ■ ., 



Ill prcsi'iit a vi"'''''""!ill^;'i 

iIr' near I'uiiy;.!'. Sijiv/Zik 

I ^11 iiiii'Xipolis inciilorut- 



I h'l v\ I in . r w 



lias iulvanci'il lliii'i' 



Small Gain's on-New York Stock 
Market, Quickly J/Viped Out 
. — Americans Rise',Qn. Loi> 
doaii^h^nge 



•w heat- 




More Sweet Caporal cigarettes are 
*.-ild, than all other brands combined. 
Because they suit the smoker 
who demands a perfed cigarette 
manufactured from the finest toBaccos, 










a 




"The purest form in which 
tobacco can be smoked. " 



<=./2 



^4:t^u>e4 







■faBfaa-w-w*Tiiar c'.»i «g wiiiiwi 



y K W : YOR Kf- A u gi 25.— Stopka 

opened with Bil'iall gains in tills mar- 
ket Today, responding In tiill measures 
to-the. liiglier level for Americans in 
London,' but before tlie end of the 
fir&t hour the list suddenly .turntHf," 
nil the aOtlvo Issues selling (Jff. The 
reversal was, cone'urrein with reportBT-f- 
telling of some damaKe , Ijy frost to ' 
the corn crop in iN'ebiasku \\wi the 
Burroundlng territory, but aside from 
this no specific reason was advanced 
lo accooot-for the break. 1__ ' 

Weekly r tturha from the leading 
i'lniincial Institotidns' of. Europe were 
interesting In that all were favorable. 
The bank of Kngland m.Uhnnned Its 
minirtium .discount rate, an<fe its re- 
serv'cs were larger by »2,5OO,OO0 than 
the provloua week, evt-n though lis 
■proijortion of reserves to liabilitieji 
was lower. 

foreign exchange showed no clxange 
from the previous day, but_thi* under- 
tone was firm. Locil baii'ks report a 
further loss of "each in the interior 
points, the gain by the sub-treasurey 
since last Friday agj?regaling 01,316,- 
000. 1 ._ 

Of the day's railroad returijq, that 
of Atchison for July was most sutla- 
factory, for .w4illo expenditures in- 
creased $26,000, the mi giUri-was al- 
most J3.000. .Gross returns frovn^l- 
niost__tai£y_ score roads for the second 
week this month show. an increase of 
about 9 1-3 per cent, while for the 
previous week seven roads ha4l al- 
ready reported gains Indlc^tTng a 
gross Increase of full, eleven points. 

The bond market was heavy. Total 
sales,, par value, $l,2i5?.inr{v; ' 



.■-'(■t't. , . 

I l"C .... 

-May . . . 

ed*n — 
Sept. •.,.'., 
Dec. .... 
May . ... 

Oats- 



Sept. . 
Oee. .. 
May . . 
Pork 
Oct: . . 



. MoiKl.'i 
Open, 

. . SI!) 
. .lOS'.i 
. .lOS^i, 

.. 61H 
. . 80H 

. .. 41% ■ 

.. 34% 
. , 36%, 
. . 38% 



" ....18.30 
11.9S 



.Jan. ..... 

liard-^ 

Oct. 

Jan. . ...'.. . . . . 11.66 

Short Ribs-T . '" _^ 

Oct. . 11.60 

Jan. ..... ..... 9.62 



1 1;^;!!- 
104 

6?% 
«0' 

62 . 

V ■' /- : 
sto.io" 

18.52 



L'lV,. IJlMSf. 



11.97. 
11.55 

n 67 
B.65 



103% 
108 V^ 

•6t>" 
68?4 

34% * 

39% 

' 20.57 
18.80 

11.92 
11.60 

ii;b7' 

9.62 



09^4 
103% 
IOSVh 

59% 
. 01 li 

■ "-34% 
37 'a. 
401.;, 

20.71) 
18.47 

11.90 

ii.r.r. 
ti.t;r, 

- 9Tt!& 



BEVAN, GORE & ELIOT, LTD. 



Stock and Bond Brokers. 



WANTED' TO BUY 

Sti-w .11 1 .\l inuiLf 

l,'i/rllaii(l <v.';ui;i! 
Pacific WhaliiiL: pf'! 



WANTED TO SELL 

Collieries n 



\ a 



I iiUT.'national Coal 
kc-<l CI iff, ^po oled 
r.ittcr Creek 



ALL ACT1\ r. 



:-T( 'C 



PRIVAmWJKl': \ 



■: r- I ■'» ! ■ c, 1 ! 'i' A .\Tf) ■-SnT.'D ON 

M.ML^SlU.X 

• •'•■> . •■ ,.•■ ' 

I Crogi A to VANCOUVER ^ 



ne.'^ 2470 and 2471 1.122. Government' St. 

\ic'roRTA,lB:'c..' ■ ■ 



VANCOUVEa STOCK SALES 

(Furnished by F. W;, Stevenson & CO.) 
200 Portland x^anal .34. , - 
180 Portland Canal .34 
500 Portland canal .33*4. 
600 Nugget. •Gold Minos .95.^ 



MONTBEAI. STOCKS. 

(Furnished by F. W. Stevensoj^A CO.) 

Hid. Aske^ 
Amal — Asbestos : i.'j 19 

do. pfij '. . . • — fS 

Bell Telephone 1 41 ir: 

Can. Con». Huhl)er 94 

do. pfd I 1<) . . 

Detroit llnltM '. .-,-./ 48 '^ 4 9 

do. pfd '...,. .100 , 107 

Dom. Iron nnd .'<tf>.»l. pf d. .,^1 03 Mr* 104 
Oom. Tex 1 1 1. 63^ ... 



COLD STORAGE 



• - «! 




SIORAGE 6 IGE CD, 



^ Victoria, B. Gr 

Goods received at oil hours. Expert attention 
given. Consignniients solfcited 



Telephone 2282 



P. O. Box 875. 



■nawTTT.iian .^--jwii 




■^ 



of the Mont 



, ysv Yoa g STOCKS. 

(FurnlBlied by F. W.' St.'v^nson & CO.) 
NKW YORK. A\tg. 2^ The Belljng of 
stocks today was said to have been bas- 
ed till reports of unseas'mahly low it m- 
perftlufes In porticno of the corn belt. 
Ill addition, fears were «xprpHsed ov'er 
the probability of poHlical 'difficulties 
In th«i near future^ wfiloli rnlRlit tend to 
.tinderniTiie confidence In.th« siabtUty of 
quoted security pt^tce«. Trading, as has 
ibeen the gaSo fof . soi«e tinw was mostly 
of a professional character, without 
support In various quiirters. The bor-, 
rowing demand for.Wtinlta has aH»untY«d 
proportions Indlcatlnjr an expansion of 
the short Interest, but the latter at thl.«i 
time appears .iniitp ngicrestulv e. .wher.t'as. 
the. element In favor of hlirher prices, 
lack initiativ** and seem InellnftiF tr) al- 
low the selltnK movement lo run Its 
.course. 

• 'Ictlnfi 
I. .'"•.■ Hf'd 














'**-■' 






High 



Amal. Copper , 

Amer; Car and hi I7\ 

do. pfd. V . . . 

Amer. Cot. oilV . . . «2H 
Amer. •Sm.'ltln'fi .... ^1% 

Amei^. SuKur . llh~« 

Amer. Tel . 

Amer, Woolen 

Anaconda .T!iT<, 

Atchison !KS"-« 

do. pfd 

B. and O: JM . 

' do. pfd 

B. U .T. .; 74 Vk 

C...C. C. an. I St \, 

C. P. R . . .1S9^4 

C and O. .. .;. . ... : 73 U 
C and ,0. W. 22 

C, M. and' .'^t. .1'. . . U'0»/b 
Central I^Hllii-r 

do. .pfd' . . 

C. F. and 1 

} Con. (5as .... ...].;.> '.; 

! D. and R. <\. 
Erie . . , . ... 

do. 1st. pfd. 
Oon. Bl ee i ■ ■ : i . . 



17', 

eiH. 

flfiVi 
lis 



IftSMi 
'■7l»4 

.118^4 



29 
i -.>'.-. 1-27% 
29^ 29 
28%— -2*14 
41% 
143 



-r-r4'43% 



Every pair must go tomake. room for the new Fall goods that are arriving 
daily. Prices are no object. Secure a bargain while you may. , 



LADIES' Tan Kid, /Patent Leather, MEN'S Patent Leather, , Calf " Skin 

\. jm Kid 0?cfords,^new. shapes, ^nd Tan Oxfords, American makes 

'^ |"$rr ''"''• ^'^^^^,f ^ Regular. $4.50 to, $6.00. (j;-. , r j 

"^^^ ^H.c, ^^.r ..:..$ 1 . 95 <^^^ Vrke. pair ...... ^^ A ^l^ 

L.ADIKS' Black Kid Low. Sho^jj. MEN'S Kid l^w Shoes, medium 

i<e^-iirar.-$2.0Q., O^T wc'ight. Regitlar, $3.00. tf 0^ 

Clearance prici?. pair. ....... ^y V Clearance pr+ce, pair. ,_. . . .<f ■ ^70 

All Summer Shoes Reduced 



vi 



(J 




1 in. o 



Corner ' ',, (VcniiDcii t an.! ImIh!--"!! S'rc.' 



. iui i:( 



oft. Nor. Ore clfs... 

Gt. Nor. t)fd 1 23 "4 12:; '.i 

111. Cen. .... ". . . ■ . . ' 

Inter .^letrf IT'* 

1... and N. ' i ' 

M.. St P arrn .s .s .\i . . u'x Mi 
M.. K. and T. .-. . . . . 3114. 

Mo. Par. r.3 

Nat. liead 

N. Y. C. • .MIOH 

N. *. O. Bnd>\V. . . .39% 

N. and W. . . 96»i 

Nor. i'ac 

Pacific Mall 

Fennsy. '. 128V4 

Readlnsr 1-41 

do 1st. pfd . . . 

Rep. Steel .... . . > . . 30 

do. jjffl: ... 

.Rock Island ;:o.% 

■ do. pfd .... , . 

SlosB steel .... hhMt 

Sou. Par. ..... . . . . 113% 

Texas Par ; . 

Third Avp. ............ 

ToJ.. St. U.and.W.;. 22%. 
Union Pacific . . .' . 

do; pfd .... ...... 

ll. S. Steel . . . 

do. , pfd 

Utah, dopper ,. 

Va.-Car. .Chem..... .... .-. 

. do. pfd. ' . . « 

Wabash .,../. 18% lii% 

do. pfd. ,:,. . :. . .36' „ 36 Mi, 
Western Union . . ... . . 

".Total .sales 470,300. 



116 

. 4r.i4 



17>4 
141% 
12A 

31 



10!) 1,4 
39% 
96 >4 



126% 
18«'4 

'29% 

•28% 

111 
■ 22% 



67% 



fi3»i 
110 
147 

lis 

134,' 
27 

96';si 
»»■% 
I04S4 
■8 (5'. 
7314 
•70 

18«% 
7Ui 
21><i 

"lis '14 

S2H 
104 

2.1% 
127% 
'29' 

2414 

40 
142% 

hX . 
122% 
12!) 
• 17^ 
144% 
12.8 

31 

52 Vf, 

50'-% 
109 "4 

3n% 

06% 

112 '4 
2«% 

12fi% 

138% 

■90 
28% 

no 

20% 
6B2 
56 

t" 1 mi, 

25M, 

8 
22 '-i^' 
'1 63 1.5, 

«7% 
115% 

44% 

EB 
121' 

16% 

8S'^ 

01 



do. pfd. 100 

Hallfa.x Treniway ■. .123 

Illinois Traction pfd. 89% 

l.,ake of Wood.s .128 

do. pfd ......>. 

Lauren tide Poper .' 

Mfx. LiKht and Power .... 78 
Montreal LlKht ynd Powerl31% 



Montreal Steel Works .... 16% 

do. pfd. ., ; 117 

Montreal Street R'y 24T% 

.N'or. Ohio traction 3R Va 

-Vova Scotia Steel '>3% 

do. pfd. . 120 

ORllvIe Mis. CO .....126% 

do. pfd. ;........ . . 

Ottawa Light and Power .,.,11Q 
Pcnmane • Ltd. .,..«.... 50 



100% 
12fi'_ 

90 
130 
124 
1-15% 

82 
132 

20 
IIS 
247% 

40 

84% 
123 
128' 
125% 

.57 



VICTORIA 



STOCXBKOK£RS 
CXATIOSr. 



(Official Sheet.) 

Bid. 
Alberta Canadian Oil .... 

Am»^rican. Canadlap OU • . . 
Canadian North W. OH . , 
AU><"rta.COal Arid Coke".. 
Diamond Yale C. and C.. 
Inter national C. aad C. .. 
llojal t.'oUleVies ......... 

WeBto rn. Coal and C . 
B. C, Permanent Loan . 
I/omTnUin Trust Co'y . 
Great W.eBt iv-rmanent 
Pacific WhallriK Co'mm. 
Par(il<; Whaling Prpf^ 

.Stewart Land 

•S. A. Script 

IVltter Creek 

Ol.-ioicr Creek . .' is 

Main Reef . . 

I), k. Fraction 

H<ortland Cpnal' .;........ :::' % 

Por.ilanti Wonder 

Red Cliffs . . .'. 1.38 

Stewart , M. and D ...... 3.30 

.N'ufegpt Gold . .90 

fiannuetl . . , ,..,... .09 ■ 

Lucky Calumet .05 

Snowstorm . ". 64 

J>ho WHhoe 02 % 

Rambler Cariboo ..... . . , .23 



.02 
.15 



■. .07 

. .tr.% 
. .20% 

.1.41 
.128. . 
. 98. 
.119. 
. 00; 

: 80. 

. .19 

i;.ia. 



ASSO- 



Asked 
.09% 
.16% 
.18 
.05 
.14 
.67% 
.21% 



.26 



.10 

.33% 
, .30 
1.1.1 

3 '•.r, 

. Ill 
.05% 
.68 
.04% 

-.27% 



Phone 2456. P. O... Box 793. 

My Aim is to IVlcike 
Money [or My Clients 

I have fitudleimi'e^ New York, 
Montreal and local lists and 
shall be pleaaed to advise' you 
accordingly, free of charge. 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and Financial 
Agt^ — Member Victoria Stock 
Brokers' A6sociation> 
Room 16/ Mahon Block. 



Phone -2358. 



1X22- Govt. SL 



Oldham 5 Matterson 



BROKERS 



Now Is the time to buy 

SOOKE OIL 
SHARES 

Call on U3 for particulara > 
Office to let. 



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STEWART 

Actions speak louder than words. Stewart has 
now settled down to work. INTRINSIC VALUES 
are . steadily advancing, as the development of the 
country progresses. At present prices, lots in Stew- 
art City are a splendid investment. 

STEWART LAND CO., LTD. 
Offices 9. IP, II Board of Trade Building, Victoria, 



♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦ 



♦ » ♦ ♦ 



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T CO., ID. 



BALANCE OF PARTY 

REACHES VITCORIA 



i'v 

Capital and Reserves - $1,100,000 
r TEMPORARY office;: 

looi LANGLEY STREET, VICTORIA, B.C. 



(Continued from Page Fifteen.) 



Ill extensively for naming streams, 
lakes or mountains, but I understiind 
from him that names ,\\ill bnly be 



eiven thesp as they are mastered by 
men," and they will bear the iiume of 
the Individual rather than fantastic 
titles and local objects. 

"The weather throttghout has "^been 
Ideal for our. work. Such a July and 
Aijgust 1 could not believe as possible 
In the heart of the Island, rerfiember- 
l^ig my formel- experience.,, Not one 
rdlny day, only half a , dozen light 
showers that passed In a few hours, 
and helped to brighten up everything 
that lay, gasping in the sun. 

•Hon. 'Mr. Ellison Is to be con- 
gratulated In having brought through 
the expedition not onl y, succ essfully in 
« high degree, but without the slight- 
est mishap to any of his piarty. We 
are glad to be home, but feel very 
grateful to the' chief commissioner for 
giving us the opportunity and the! 
mfans for revelling for ihany weeks! 
"In the wild grandeur and beauty of 
nature's moat favored spot In this Isl. 
<>'r)rpfiriis." 



This company is, prepared to act asTransfer Agent and 

, Registrar, conntersififning and certifying tlie issues of ' Stocks 

and Bonds -of Alining aiid other companies. ' Shareholders are 

' thils protected against over-issue through "error and valid 

-scrip is assured. 

For-terms. apply to: A. E. Plummer, Manager. 



MiwBun ficvvm, 



■W"^."*wrt-Mn*'Miwrr«iB-rti ?mi 



A SNAP ! 



FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONT 

This property was being held at $1,400 per acre. Now of- 
fered for a quick sale at 

$1100-PER ACRE— $1100 



N. B. MAYSI^ITH & Company, Ltd. 



Phoh« 1600. 



Mahon Bulldlnr- 



XrBW YOHK^OOTTQir. 



(Furnished by F. W. Stevensofl & ,CC(.) 
Open. High. Low. Close 
13.60 xi,n 



.liiti. . 
M.iicli 



18,57 
13.59 

16.47, 
14.34 



J8;69 

ie.f.o 

14,34 



■ "» 

' '1/ 

16.38 
1.4.16 



la.Sil 

-J3.3C. i 

13.13 

13.16 

13,43 

16.32 

14.16 



STEWAKT, B. C, PO»TI.AlSrD 

canAi. and the naa's 

HIVEB. 

15,000 acres of i-and In thr .\flu.s 
valley, Canadian .Northern Rail- 
way, now have surveyors in this 
territory. Mining property, listed, 
reports by responsible englneurS. 
Investments made.- Information to. 
investors. Co'rre.spondence.soUelt- 
etl. neferenoeii Canadian Bank of 
C;tommorc«>. 

Harry Smith 

St'iwnrt. B. n, 




W. STEVENSON & CO, 

STOCK & BOND BROKERS 

Members Chicago Board of Trade 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 



14-16 Mahon BIdg. 



1114 Government Street 



i-^tT^-tflrfrr 



.. 13.3S 

;:»• ;l3.;i« 



\;il' 



f'llICAOO (JBAIN MARKET 



< I in 

1 l-'uii 



'' ' ', 



not very heavj 



re wnii 

(i.'llliif : 
I lilM, uptui u ii 



PORTLAND 

CANAL STOCKS 



(,!.;, 



BOUGHT ANT) BOLD i)N 
COMMISSIiSsr 



R. D. MacLachlan 



Niyiil 



\|. t. 

Aw ' 



'(-Ulirol-ers 



lloartl of rrinl. hh 
I'bon*! 121 OR, 



llriii. 




Wanted 

InlT^oai and Cbk<\ 
Royal Collieries 
.Pacific Whaling com. 
r.Tcific Whaling pfd. 



/ 



y: 



.^\ 



"• For Sale 

Am. .Telegraphorto 
Canadian Marconi 
Oranby Cons. Mining. 
Victoria Phoenix Brewing. 



Private Wires to ChicaCfO, New York, Iln^Uon, Mmitrcnl 



Mining Stocks 

ASIC trs roK pricbs 

"Bur ir 8«l8 



Stewart. Mi.ii :.».;. 
Ucd Cliff, 
Glacier Cronk, 
PortliiiiJ Wonder, 
American rnnnillfin OIT, 
(!'an>iiliH,n Northwest Oil, 



WAOHOAXf. OWTWM 
TftacoaT«>. 



•« cc 



.Companies Windlngr Up Act, 1898. 

NOTICF 



1:11 iii.M-tinfr ptirsuBnt to Paction 39 

1.1,1 nt th<> oflico of J, a. F.lUott 

, 'I • 2?.tA fifty of AiiRUHt at the hour 

I ■: >' III. lo recelvn ri?)>ort and paua 

ii.cHiht of IJqultUtor of tha Btuart 

UobcrtHon <:<Miin.'niy, I.lmitod. ' 

A, STI' M!T' UOliKHTKON, 

Ij|<luldator. 
nni.-(l fu. \-iriorla, H. C„ tills 2 Isl day 
of July,' 1910. 



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'wffn*-- ■ M .'. / /. 



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18 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Friday, August 26, 191Q 



CITY OF VICTORIA 



A complete list of Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from tinie to trrfie,"Will be found 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to the City Hall. 



A BY-LAW 



To authorlz* th6 euterlngr Into an agraa- 
ment with the British Columbia T^le- 
phona Company, I.iuiltecl, couoaruiug' 
tha ramoval of telephone polaa andf 
ovarbead wires from certain streets, 
and to raise tha sum of tlOO.OOO.OO on 
debentures for the purposes therein 
set forth. 



^VI1KKKA.S tli_e 'Corporal n -( 111" 
<'iry of Victoria has arrnngi-il a.n u;;i<'u- 
■tno.nt with tii„ Uritlsli .Culuiubiii Tt.-le- 
phone C'oiiipany, wliicli arrangement ia 
spt forth In an aKioonient tipprovixt by 
the t'ouncil and exooiited V)V the Coni- 
piiny, iind which naiil aKrceniiMit Is iti 
thf wi.rd.s and fiKni-i-s following; 

THiy. iXriKXTiriiJC madf> in dupliciile 
thia ninth day of AiiRiist. In tho year of 
Our I^ord one thousand nine Imndrca and 
ton. 

BETWEKN: 

THE CORPORATIOX-O'B' THE CITY 
OF VK^TORIA, 
(Heroinaftor cgJlBcl the CITV) 

of the First Part, 

H1!IT1S({, .COlvirMinA TELEPHONE 
Cl>MI-ANV, LIMITED, 

(lIci-fltntfi.T call.-.l I lie COMPANY) 

"f the Second Part: 

^\■|110IlEAS tliR (dnipanv carries on a 
teleplionc husincsB iji tlie' ("llv of Vic- 
toria. In ifho I'rovince of Britlsli Colum- 
i)la and carries ItH cables and wtreH upon 
poles placed in the streets of tlie City; 

AND WIlKltEAS the Company at the 
request of the City lias conaented to re- 
nioy« itH yald poles, cahle.s and wires, 
from certain streets hereinaftPr set 
forth and to place its cables and wires 
In nndergronnd conduits In streets here- 
inafter mentioned and to proyide seryice 
by means of undereround conduits and 
pole.s In the interior of the blocks havlnjc 
^"■'"t'^tion witli thft coDOuita In said 
streets; 

,. AND WHEREAS by the provisions of 
Section fifty (CO), subsection 18 (a) and 
IS <b) of the Municipal Clausea Act, the 
parties hereto have the right to provide 
lor sucli work to be done bv the Compa:ny 
at the expt>nse and cost of tlid Ci.ty: 

•^'"^^R,^^"'^'''^'*'''^.^ It has been so aVreed, 
^T^r.r^,. T'lI'iUKEORE THIS IXDEX- 
Tl HE \\ IT.\KS.SETH that in considera- 
tion of the prenii.ses and of the mutual 
• orenants hereinafter contained, and of 
tlie sum of One Dollar ($1,00) of lawful 
money of Canada paid by each of the 
nartie.s hereto [p the other of them (the 
iox.elpt whereof Js her.-bv bv them re- 
Miectlvily acknowledged » and parties 
nereto mutually covenant as follows: 

1. The Company will immediately en- 
deavor, to secure such rights Of wav or 
e.Ksement»i over or through private "pro- 
perty v.-ithin the area liet'ftlnafter men- 
tioned ard also property abutting on 
I'ort Street between Douglas and Cook 
.'streets and on Yates .'Street from Doug- 
las to Quudra Street?! as they ittav deem 
Mf^cessary foi- the purpose aforesaid: 
.Should the Company not be -able to se- 
cure Without payment therefor. bU the 
rights of way or easements for such pur- 
poses, the City undertakes to immediate- 
ly • provljlo same under their powers In 
said Act set out. 

-'. iTpon the Compuny or the~Clty hav- 
ing acquired the lights and easements 
^et ont In Paragraph (1) hereof; the 
(. oninany as contractors for. the City 
shall Immediately proceed to ciinHtruvt 
-and establish an uridirground t conduit 
system, for the carrying of . cables and 
wires for ■the u.«e. and <>nlv for the puf- 
pcsos of the Company's business, within 
the area bounfled by the ' following 
Streets of, the Clt.v, j^idmely: ■ 
: Wharf Street. Humboldt, ' Douglas. 
Burdette Avenue. B1a,nchard. Corniorant. 
•'^.'"iSi-**! J"'i">on .St:ef.t.s, as shown on 
ihe<«T»IariNattf)clied li'-relo and also on 
I'ort "Htreet from .DouijfJa.s Stree^t to Cook 
strej^t and Yates Street from Douglas to 
■ f,J<!adra Streets. , • 

Within such area the Company coven- 
ants on or before the .tOth day of August. 
A. D. 1912, to completely reniove all 
th<iir present overhead apparatus and 
equipment of poles and wires, proylded 
all such rights and etjsements shall 'have 
' been obtained on or before the lat dav 
of .Taniiary. A. D.' 1912, stlH rendering td 
nil customers of tho -Company a Satls- 
ifactor.v service,. ■ - 

?. For niJch purpose the Company 
shall haVe authoi:ity to enter upon all 
.•^nd every road, street, alley, or thor- 
oughfare within tjie .said area, and Fort 
Street between PouKlns :and Cook 
Ptreets, and Tates Street from Doti^Ias 
to Quadra .'Streets, and to dig tip the 
road bed thereof, ■' sublect, however, to, 
and the, Company shall first obtain. tU4 
written direction of tKe City ISnglneer, 
who shall have sole autliorlty to direct 
at what particular point and at what 
particular tinve the said road, .street, 
alley or thoroughfare shall be dug up./ 
and InTvhat order as to time among the 
various streets: ,. ■. ' 

PnoviDED. however, that the .said 
work shall he carried out as' expeditious- 
ly as possible with as little Inconvenl-. 
enc* <o 'the public traffic a's possible, 
and nil and every .street or streets re- 
stored or replaced in the same- condition 
as before the Wflrk or repair was. com- 
menced. 

4. Tho Company agrees to provide; 
erect, and maintain rill rennlsite bar- 
riers, fences and other proper protection 
Bn4 to provide, keep and: maintain such 
watchman, and lights with red globe;^ a.i 
ma.v be necessary, or as may be ordered 
by the City Engineer In order, to insure 
safety. to the public as well an those en- 
gaged aboot~ the premises or works; and 
nirree. wherf^ it is practicable in the (!'lty 
Engineer's opinion to keep Any roadway 
onen for travel for the use of the public, 
■ for such width 'as the City Engineer may 
direct. The Company ajsO agreeji to r>ro- 
^ide a lufflolent nuniber of ".NO 
TllOnOUGHFAUK' or other proper no- 
tices which they must cause to l>e 
placed and inalntalned in good ord''r In 
conspicuous pl.trci whi'rever any road' 
way. sidewalk or thoroughfare Is torn 
up or dangerous, and so long as H re- 
innlns imsafe or unfinished, and when 
the work Is cnrried on at nfglu. the Com- 
pany will fiuppl,v"iit Ihflr own expense a 
BufClclctnt number of electric or other 
approved and efficient llgtjts to enable 
the same to be done In an efficient wnd 
sntlsfnctory manner, snd the City- En-' 
gineer shall have the power to order ad- 
ditional llnhts to be put on nl-,the Com- 
pany's expens* If In the City Engineer's 
opinion they ore or may be required; and 
the Company ' hereby agrees to indem- 
nify and save luirmless the said Citv of 
nnd from all loss, .aost or damage bv 
fea.aon of any act, matter, cause or thing 
done or onillted to he done by the Com- 
pnhy for the profertirn' of the pnhHc 
during thf^ir operations, either of con- 
struction or repair, 

.n. The whole of ihe works so to h? 
constructed as aforesiUd*, exeeptfng tho 
Central Station and cr)ntents and all tele- 
iihone InstrumnotB and wiring within 
buildings, but Including the property 
rlghtl^, powers nnd privileges In tho 
nhovo described area, and on Fort 
StJ'eet ■ betvieen Douglas nnd Cook 
Str<»ets obtained by the Company or Citv 
under Paragraph' (1 ) hereof. -shBll from 
day to day. as the same are completed 
he' nnd become (he absolute property of. 
nnd for all purposes vested In the Citv. 
«iuhIoct only tj> the exclusive right of 
user hereinafter, provided; and In like 
mnnnor nil substitutions for nnd nil ad- 
rtltlnns to' the said works or any pBrt 
<l>er"of durln.t: the uwafre of the same by 
tho Company, and prior to the final pny- 
i.ieiit therefor hy the Cotnpany. shnil her- 
1 ome and I'f, ihe nhfolute iir.ii">?-f •.• of 
nnd vested in the' Paid C\t\ 



i;ui. (ir at tho option of the Company 
to In- rt'dci'muble at any time upon six 
month.s' notit^ti to the deheiitin'o IioUIith, 
such df-benturci* in eillier case to l)ear 
interest thor<'ou at the,' rate of fo'ut* pt-r' 
I'f'iit. (■I':;,) poi- autium on tlic 21st day of 
.lauuury and July In eacli year. 

7. When the City lilectrlclun or the 
I 'ily 'KtiKlnei'i- sliair certify' ii) wriiiiis 
tli^it till' ('cimpauir have cxpondod %-'<.- 
WtiU,()0 tui .suKl work.s, the City will hand 
over and <U3llver to the Company dcbeu - 
lures. beiiiH' a portion' of the said i,ss\je uf 
the pur value of $2r.,n()li,0(l, and.tliere- 
aftor wlifniiViM' an aililitional $::"). dOU. 00 
.'<haU have been f.vp(nidiMl and have been 
so Ci'rllfled.bytlio .suid |.:ngliiecr or EU'c- 
lilc'lan the City will liatid oVer and de- 
li\er to the Company further debentures 
of tha par value of J2.->,()(>0.00 in each In- 
Hlance until the (^onipnuy shall have ex- 
IMMidcd thf sum it)' $,75,000,00 and shall- 
havo recp|Vf'<l debentures of a imr value 
of that sum, . Tho City wijl luiiul oyer to 
I ho said t^ompaiiy the balance of the .said 
(lot)eulures wlien the City lOngiueer or 
City Electrician shall have certified that 
the whole of tlie work mentioned In Pari 
ngrar'h (21 hereof has hi-on conipI<^'Rd. 

8, Tho CJlty stiall upon the sufficient 
completion of the work of establlshlnsf 
and construction of the said conduit sya-' 
tiMU give .•iiitliority ahii suffer and per- 
mit the Cnmpanj- to cx'clusi vi'l>' use and 
oijerate tho same and to maintain, recon- 
.struct. alter and repair the cables, con- 
duits, wires and other apparatus so con- 
structed for the purpose of supplying 
telephone servlcl^ luitil default for three 
months be made on tlie part of the tele- 
phone Companj- in the payment in the 
next paragrai>h provided for: — 

PKOVIDED. that should the Company 
at any time within throe monthtj after 
any such default pay to the City the 
principal and interest then in default to- 
gether with Interest on the overdue hi- 
tereat at the '"ate of l-'ive" i)er cent (5%) 
per annum then tlie rights of user of 
the Company shall continue In all re- 
spects as If no default had been made. 

8, Tho Company shall from and after 
the di^te of such handing tiver of such 
"debentures, and during tho whole llfo 
thereof make a sem'FTinnuul payment to 
the City equal In amount to the Interest 
apd sinking fund upon the amoinit of the 
said debentures on the 15th day of Janu- 
ary and July In each year. 

10. Upoii ptiyment by the Company of 
all the semi-annual payments of inter- 
est and sinking fund upon the said de- 
bentures the City will grant «nd convey 
or otherwise tran.'^fer to the Company 
free of encumbrance the whole of the 
works so to be constructed, and substitu- 
tions and additions thereto . and which 
have been hei-ein agreed to be vested ih 
the City tjnd also all rights, property, 
powers and privileges obtained by the 
Company or the CJlty as: afore,'<aid or en- 
joyed by the City under said sub-see- 
tlons IS (a) and 18 (b), so far as the 



IN WITNESS WMKaKOF the parlies 
hereto have caused ihelr respective cor- 
liorute scabs to be hereunto affixed the 
ila\ and vear- first above written. 
Tlni Corp.oraie Seal of the ilorporatlon 

of th." City of \'lctorla was hereunto 

ufflxrd li,i the presence of: 
ISi-alJ 
The Cofporate .Seal of tlio Hi'iitsli T'oUun- 

bla Tulephone Company, Llmliod, was 

hfroun''io affixed In tho presenco 

I s. .11 1 u , |.-A Klti';.\. ri.'.'^iid.Mit. 

t;i.;i), H. iiAi.,s].;, ,s>crotiuy. 

A.\|i Wlll'lKIOAS the expeose and cost 
of the workwhhlu the said area and ex- 
leusloMS thereof, as in Parajfrapli •.; of 
.suld agreement set out, is c*iiln\ale(l at 
One hundred Ihousanil dollai'S (JIOO,- 
.O0'o,O0), and It Is pmiio.^ied by this Hy- 
l,,aw to .authorize the raising' of yald 
sums and itie delivery of the uuthorl'/.ed 
de(:ieiitures at such times as the s'a.me are 
required to be delivered undei- ilie tei'ins 
of the said agreement. 

-AND WriERI'IAS a petition under Sec- 
tion 69 of tho Municipal Clauses Act hurt 
been i^rcsented to the Muulcli>al Council 
of the (.'orporatiou of the City of Vlc- 
Trtrln, slgrfed hy the owners of more than 
one-tenth of real, properly In the— <-.'ity 
of Victoria as shown by the last revised 
Assessment Roll, requesting the City 
Cohncli to introduce a B\'-l-aw to raise 
the said sum of tJne luuulrod thousand 
.dollars 4? 100,000.00) In and for the pur- 
poses aforesaid, and the Council desire 
to give effe-ct-to such petition In man- 
ner hereinafter appearing; 

A.VI) WHEREAS the, whole rateable 
land nnd lyiprovements or real property 
of the City of Victoria, according to the 
last revised Assessment Roll tor ^tbe 
year 1910 was ».12, 089, 987.00; • • ' 

AND WHEREAS tho total amount re- 
quired to be raised annually by rate for 
HH.vIng the debt which will be created 
herein and the interest thereon, and tar 
(•reaiing an annual sinking fund for the 
payment off of the said debt within 
fifty (TiO) years Is Four thousand six 
hundred and flfty-flve doUam (|4,- 
655.00); 

AND WHEREAS this By-I:aw may not 
be altered, or repealed, except with thfc. 
consent of the L,leutena«t-C*overnor-ln- 
Councll: 

NOW THEREFORE the Municipal 
Council of the Corporation of the City of 
victoria enacts as follows: " ' 

1. The terms of the agreement herein- 
before fully set out in the recital of this 
By-Law shall be, and the same are here- 
by accepted, and the British Columbia 
Telephone Compiiny, Limited, are hereby 
authorized to have, hold 'and exercise the 
rights and privileges in the said agree- 
ment Tnentl<»ned or referred' to, subject 
to the covenants,, conditions and restric- 
tions binding on t,he said (Jompany In 
the said agreement^set forth. 

2. ForthwiUi after the. requisite aa- 



polnted the Iteiurnlng Officer of tlie said 
vote, 

■E,.W. BUADI.IOV, 

A'-tln^f C. M. C. 
City Clerk's Office, Victoria, B. C, 
August 17tli, 11)10. 



A BY-LAW 



same relate to telephowes, to the end "^"^ **' the electors' of the City of Vlc- 



that the City shnlLvest in the Company 
all the title the City shall have In the 
underground. system to be completed un- 
der this agreement., 

11. In eVent of tlie Company' roqulriitg 
the tnty td Issue debentures redeemable 
as provided In Clause 6) hereof, then the 
Company may at any time hereafter pay 
to the City a sum which added' to Ui* 
Umount of sinking fund which at the 
time of jfiich payment shall have hjeen 
already paid to the City be sufficient to 
redeem the said debentures, and there- 
upon the City will grant and convey, of 
otherwise t ansfer to the Company free 
of ericunilii'aiices tho 'Bfhole of the works, 
substitutions and additions so to be con- 
structed,' which have been herein agreed 
to be vent«d in the City and also all 
rights, powers and privileges obtained 
by the Company or the City jus aforesaid 
or enjoyed by the City under said sub- 
se_ctions IS (a) or 18 (b), to the end that 
the City shall vest In the Company all 
the title the City shall have In the un- 
derground system to be completed under 
this agreement. • 

12. If at any time this Cotnpany shall 
find It necessa'ry to excavat,e, open up, 
reconstruct; alter, maintain, or repair all 
Or any of the .said conduits, or to affect 
any repairs to any of the fixtures or ap- 
paratus used In connection with the .said 
system the company shrtll have the 
power. In so far as the City are autlior- 
Ized to give the same, to enter upon and 
do said work, and if necessary, shall far 
»uch purpose hnt'«, upon obtaining per- 
mission from the City Engineer power to 
mock or divert tht» vehicular oi^ passen- 
ger traffic temporarily as may be sanc- 
tioned by such portrilt: 

PRCVIDED, however that the work 
*hall be carried out as expeditiously and 
with B» little Inconvenlenc^e to the public 
traffic as possible, and the streets, or 
street, restored or replaced li\ the same 
condition as before the work" or repair 
commenced. 

1-*. Thr Company utxdertakes, when re- 
quested so to do In writing, ,to alter or 
change, at Its own expense, the location 
of any conduit, cable, wire or other appli- 
ance constructed or affixed to the In- 
terior of any of the blocks pur-suant to 
the provisions of this agreenient, and re- 
place the .same in, some other convenient 
position in said block or. any of them 
whenever or so often As such aHeration 
and replacinjj is made necessary by rea.s- 
on of the construction of a new building, 
rebuilding or the alteration or extension 
of any building in said block or any of 
them, and so tliat the Company 'will at all 
ttmes do and execute nil necessary works. 



have 



toria entitled to vote thereon shall have 
been given to the final passage of this 
By-La\v, the said agreement shall ^ortii- 
wlth be executed by the Corpoi'atlon, 
and the agreement when so executed 
shall forthwith becarrled Into effect and 
thenceforth observed, and the said agree- 
ment so executed Is hereby Incorporated 
with, and shall be deemed to form part 
of, and be read with, this By-Law In s<i 
far as the same. contains anv covenanta- 
on the part of the corporation and by the 
(..orporatlon has to be performed. 
• 3. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
the corporation of the Cl'iy of Victoria 
to -borrow upon ,the credit of the said 
tiprporatlon, by way of the debentures 
herein after mentioned, from any per- 
son or persons or body or bodies corpor- 
ate, who may W willing to advance the 
same as a loan, a sum of money not ex- 
ceeding in the whole the sum' of One 
hundred thousand dollars ($100,000 00) 
currency, or sterling money, at the fate 
of 4.S6 2-3 dollars to the one pound 
sterling, and to cause all such suras so 
raised or received to be paid into the 
hands ol the Treasurer of the said Cor- 
poration for the puri)oses ai»d with the 
oh.1ect hereinbefore recited. 

4. It shall be lawful for the said 
Mayor to cause -any nupiher of deben- 
tures to be made, executed and Issued 
for the sum of On© hundred thousand 
dollars (1100.000.00), either, In ciirrency 
or sterling rnoney nu the rate afore- 
sald). each of the said debentures l)elng 
Vl/il?„ ^i??"""* "' ^"* thousand dollars 
($1,000.00) or Its sterling equivalent (at 
the rate aforesaid) and all such deben- 
tures shall be, sealed with the seal of 
the said (Corporation and signed by the 
Mayor thereof, . 

It shall also be lawful for the said 
Mayor In his discretion alternatj velv to 
cause th© said debentures to be made, 
ex.ecuted and Issued i for an amount of 
tlOO . ster ling, and one. If necessary, fop 



a It^os sum In sterling money to com- 
plete^dte authorized Issue. 

6. The said debentures shall bear date 
of the 21st day of January, A. t), 1911 
and shall be made payabl<^ In fifty vearjj 
from said date, at such place or places 
either In the Dominion of Canada, fJreat 
Britain or the TTnlted States of America, 
as may In the discretion of the Mavor bo 
designated thereon, , and shall have at- 
tached to them coupons for the payment 
of Interest, and the signatures to the in- 
terest coupons may he either wi^ltten 
stamped, T)rlnted- Or lithographed. ' 

6. The said debentures shall bear in- 
terest at the rate of four per cent, per 
. anntiim from the date thereof, which In- 
matters and things which hew conditions terest shall be payable half-vearly on 



In real property affected may require. 
AND in default the City shall have the 
right to apply to the Court for appropri- 
ate relief In said'premtscs notwithstand- 
ing that it may suffer no damage or no 
special damage by reason of such de- 
fault. 

34. lSxa4»t>t as' herein set forth ho statu- 
tory Or other right (>t the City or, of th«?. 
Company shall he (tbrogate'd or waived b.v. 
reason of this agreement. After the date 
hereof, the Company •wJil not in any 
streets or scjuares of t[\fi' City from 
which it has removed, or at any future 
time may remove its overhead tolephuno 
wires and system, and substitute a ser- 
\'ice from undergromid r-oiidults in man- 
ner provided in. this agreement, place an.v 
jjColes for their telephone system; anil 
the ("Ity shall' not, at any lime hereafter 
allow any telephone set-vice through 
overhead wires on poles alqng. across 
or over an.v sikch streets or squares. 

15. The Company furtUexj^ibffr^iM that 
hereafter when tho City shall pass By- 
LaWs for permanent 'jjnvementa nndi?r 
the IjOcal Improvement (^Inuses >of the 
Municipal Clauses Act, which together 
fortn a continuous per'ntanent pavement, 
leadlnq- frotnthe area set out In Para- 
graph No, 2 hereof, and furnishes the 
(;:ompany with permanent means of ac- 
cess fo, niid difltrlhiitlfm from, suitable 
•points within the Interior of each block 
abutting upon such streets, the Company 
will lay conduits under .such streets anjl 
pliice its wires therein, and Install all 
the necessary apparntus for an imder- 
ground telephone system such as Is con- 
templfiled under the foregoing, then (ho 
Compiin.v may be assessed as an 



the aist day of January and the 21st day 
of July during the currency of the de- 
bentures, at such place or places either 
in the Dominion of Canada, Great Brit- 
ain or the United States of Amerira as 
may be expriftssed in the debenture and 
Cpupon. ' 

7. If the BHtAh.CotumBla Telephone 
Company. Limited, so ijequest In writing 
before the issuance of the first series of 
said dobentufes," each debenture author- 
l7.ed hereunder! shall bo marked "Re- 
deemable at par at the option of tho 
City upon giving six months notice to 
the holder thereof, such notice expiring 
on any interest, day," and in-such case 
such debentures shall be taken by the 
holder thereof, subject to the said terms 

of redemption, i _' .:_ \ 

, S. If deemedi m^vlsable by the Atftvor 
there shall. In the said debentures ' be 
reserved to the Corporation the right 
upon any future consolidation of the de- 
bentures Indebtedness of the CHy to sub- 
stitute debentures of -such (Consolidation 
secured upon the credit of the Citv gen-' 
emlly. Such consolldnted debentures 
shall contain the like covenants, condl- 
tlo;is and restrictions as are contained In 
the debentures Issued in pursuance of 
this By-,Law:^ and In esch debentiIrO Is- 
sued hereunder n clause conditioned for 
suf'h substitution may bti Inserted 

ft. During ihe currency of the said de- 
bentures there shalT be raised nnnunllv 
by special rate on all tho rateable riro- 
perty In the Corporation of the Citv of 
Victoria the said sum of Four thousand 
dollars ($4,000,00) for the payment^f 
the interest on Jhe said debentures, and 



Compiiny may be assessed as an owner the said sum of Six hundred nnd'infV,. 

undtir such Ry-Lnws for tli^ nn ^' sf: -five dollars (,$nr>r..nrt) for th^ nurno.o of 

r.0% of the cost.", of (he ,,,n.' " creat Ing a. sinking fund for the payment 

the laying thereof, of i!.-. debt hereby created, making In all 

AN,n tlie Company further covenants 1h' "" l'''uir thnushnd six; hundred 

ImniediDte! V iioBn comnletlon thmronf tn an ' 'i''" 'lollara <" J 1 ttnt; nn\ t„ v,_ 



Imn>ed)Dteiy upBn completion thereof to 
usi- ine and remove froth such 

sir' Ihelr overhead wires, cables," 

anil ...I i..elr poles, nnd such • condult.s 
shall thereafter vest In nnd become the 
property af the Cornpilny, and the City 
will execute to the Company all grant's 
necessary to vest In the' Company the 
same ,cor|dult« snd any rights of wnv or 
other easements used In connection 
therewith, and thereafter tha.~CUtmpRny 
shalLhave thn-s^mo. rights In re.<jpect of 
such streets or the telephone system to 
be constructed therein, as are crmferred 
by Clause (12) hereof, In respect of the 
streets nnd H.vntems, to be ei.n^'''-.: ■•< I 



6 For the purpose nforesa, i : . . i 
agrees to «"hmlt f;^/'"'" the .Yith day of therein wlthln'the's'nld area 
September. A, T>. 1910, a by-law to the 
1 I er tors of the City entitled to vote upon 

,,},(t\ t)V-lnw to rnlse. the sum of One 
iMiUdred thousand dollars ($100.000 00), 
vhlrh Is Ihe estimated cost, of the sajfl 
'.' orks, and upon (ho passing of such 
I \ law agrees to Issue debentures fn the 
rn'.i] umount eltlier pnvahle In flftv 
.r.-ir" from the ".)"> dav of iliiniiarv, A D 



ral.'-eii II tin 
said durlni 

ye»'« 



(Jl1.6riR.no) to br 
' 'lie ns afore 
'Id fifty (fin I 



■ ' ■ ' ■.,.1 
pn:-'; M- ■■ '■ '. ■ ■'■•■'• :.., „,,-,,.,, i „,, 
the electors of tiie said Corporation |n 
(he manner provided for In the Munlrl 
pai Clauses Act, and ■ '.nil take effect on 
the Fifth day nfte- ,],,. nnnl passlnt 
thereof. , *: 



16. This agreement shall i"- ' i;,,^ 
from nnd after the passing of the said 
By-I'nw authorizing Iho R«ld dehenltires. 

17. This ngreoment and everything 
herein contained shall respectively en- 
ure to the benefit of. and h» binding 
upon, the iiaf t les lierf to. their BUCces«'^>rH 
and HSHiHfiis i e.^perl i '.ely. 



11, This By-Tjftw mny be , ; ((,„ 

Underground Telephone B\ i'a 

Passed the Munlclpnl C. . ,. 

16th day of August, 1910, 

TAKE NOTICE that tho above i« a 
I true copy of tho proposed Hv-Lnw, upon 
which the vofe of the Munlclpnlliv will 
bo taken nf 'the bulMhur known ns 
Numbers HIT and HIS (Mr, Mo.ston's 
Building) Rrond J^treet, on Monday, the 
2fllh day of .\\igust. 1910, that (he polls 
will he kept open, between the hours of 
.0 o'r-lofk II, ni. nnd 7 n'rlnek p.m,, and 
tlinl Mi 'U' A\' N'orlhcAtt hn!« been np- 



To Unable the Borrowing of ci further 
sum of 800,000, secured upon the 
frontage Bents or Taxes iind Sewer 
Oonnaotion Kental, with the giinrau- 
tae of tha City of Victoria. . 

W11K1{I-;,\,S. h l.s inti-nded lo I 

upon the security of rents or taxes and 

sewer conuectloii rentals, imposed by 

tho Sewers IJy-law, i90'J (.No. 4,0*)), the 
Ifui-Piier suni of J50,000, to ho expended 
(in and for the extension of tho siwers 
i within the I'lty of \'l<uorla, ami tin,' I'l 
I liiiymont to proxu,'rty owikm'h '".'f a sum 

of ^2, 21!0, advanced for .' sower 

coiiKt ruction, under By-ln'>\ - '''• 
A N 1 ) WH 10 n 10 A S, i I JH 1) lull used to 

giVo the guarantee of the 'Corporation 

for securing the moni intended t" 

ho 1)1)1 vowed: 

A.N'l) WHEREAS, me .'-nid "Sowers 

1902," was validated by Section 29, of 

Chapter 42, of the statutes of 1903-4 in 

so fai;jis frontago lents or taxes and 

sewer connpctlon rentals -were thereby 

assessed and levied upon tho owners of 

land and liuil.dings, and power was giv- 
en by tho reciting section to revoke and 

rescind the assessrhent and. levy made 

by tho said reciting By-law .upon occu- 
piers of lund -and bu'lldiuBS, ahd such 

assessment and levy upon said occupiers 

was accordingly revoked by 'the "fc.t^w<1r8 

By-law, X902, Amendment By-law, 190,4" 

(numbered 424): • ~- 

AND WHEREAS, the fttnou»t Of the 
said frontage rents or taxes and scwer 
connection renta.la, chargeable for the 
year 1910' is estimated at $25.r)28.10, and 
the sum of $496,000 has lieen all-eady 
raised upon the security of the same 
under the provisions of the "Sewer 
Loan Guarantee By-Law, iy02," No. 402, 
"The Se\ver Loan Ouurantee By-law. 
19O0." No. 4C6, "Tho Sewer Loan Guar- 
antee By-law, 1907," No. 516, "Tho Kew- 
^trr — Ivoan .Guarantee JBy-law, 1908," No. 
557, "The Hewer Loan Guarantee Uy- 
law, 1909," No. 592, and the "fcevver Loan 
(Juaranteo By-law IbOiJ, iNo. 2)" No. 
616. ' : 

AND WHEREAS, tho moneys Irtten- 
ded to bo borrowed ,pur8uant to this By- 
law will be primarily charged and se- 
cured upon the frontage rents or taxes 
and sewer, connection rentals, assessed 
and levied and to be collected annually 
under tho authority of Tlle'Sald "Sewer 
By-law, . 1902," ■ now unencumbcied, 
amounting to $2.4»L10; • . 

AND WHEREAS, the amount re. 
quired to Ixb collected annually from 
the said frontage rents or taxes and 
sower connection rentals' to pay interest 
pon the said agKregato debt of $495,000, 
and to repay (be said debts by sinking 
funds within llfty years is, $2:t,047, and. 
the amount to be collected to pay the' 
intei'ejit upon the said additional sum of 
$50,000 is $2,000, and to' rct>ay the addi- 
tional debt by sinking fund Is $32S, 
making together the aggregate sum of 
$2i>,.'J75, nn.d-4i«^ing. regar<lft to additions 
since Jnnuui'y 1st. 1910. ™stlmuted at 
$600, it is estimated that there wiU not 
be any deht'iency : ' ' 

AUD WHEREAt*. , tt Is propose*! to 
borrow the said sum of $R0,000 upon de- 
bentures as hereinafter appearing; 

AND WHERIOAS. by: the said recited 
By-law. No, 400, the said frontage rtmts 
or taxes and seWer connection rentals 
when received are dlj-ected to bo X^arrled 
to a Joint fund entitled "The Sewer 
Rental' and Sewer Tax Fund," and are 
to be expended In the extension of tlio 
sewerage system o^ the city, and tho 
construction and inalntenance of tho 
same, and in' maktag provision . for and 
tho nay ufeht Of iffjncipal. interest and 
sinking icunds whero moneys' arc bor- 
rowed on tin? jsecuriiy pf the' same, and 
in such manner and at 'such ttmOv or 
times as the Municipal Council shall 
from time to time think expedient." And 
it is desired by this By-law to give ef- 
fect to auch provision: 

THEREFORE; the Munlclpnl Council 
of the Corporation of th<! City oi Vic- 
toria enacts as follows — 

1. The moneys raised under thl? By- 
law shall be exqendeti In the construc- 
tion of sewers and for the purpose-gen- 
erally mentioned in this By-law, and 
for no other purpone. 

Z. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
the Corporation of the (Nty of Victoria 
to borrow upon the" seeurtty; primarily, 
of the said frontage rents or. taxes and 
sewer connection rentals, and by Way of 
guarantee upon the credit of the said 
Corpor.allon by way of debentures here- 
inafter mentioned', from aiiy perjjon or 
persons, or bodies coi^porate. wh6 niav 
be willing to advance the same as a loan, 
a sum of nioney not e.Xteedlng in the 
whole the sum of $50,000 cuiTency- or 
sterling money, at the rate of 4.8G 
2-9rda-dollars to the one pound sterling, 
and to cause all such sums so raised, or 
received to be paid Into tlie hands of the 
Treaaurer of the said V'orporatlon for 
tho purpo.se nnd with the object herein- 
before- referred to. The said guarantee 
of the city to bo contained in the said 
debentures shall be In the following 
terms or nrf- near thereto as may be: 

"The payment of the principal moneys 
and Interest thereon ujider tlils deben- 
ture at. the rifspectlve dates when the 
same fall due under the terms of. this 
debenture; is hereby 'guaranteed' by tho 
t;orporatlon of the City of Victoria." • 

.1. It shall be lawful for the said 
Mayor to cause any number of deben- 
tures to be made, executed and issued 
for such sums as Jhay be required, not 
exceeding, however, the sum of $50,000 
either in currency or sterling money (at 
the rate of 4.8B 2-3rds ^ollais to the one 
pound sterling), each of the said d»*en- 
tures being of the amount of $1,000' or 
Its sterling equivalent (at . the rate 
aforesaid), and all'MUoh debentures shall 
t>e sealed with the seal of the said (Jor- 
poratlon and signed by the Mftyor there, 
of. • 

.It shallhe lawfiil for. tlie said Mayor 
in his dl.scretlon (o Alternatively cause 
ench of tlie said debentures to ha miide, 
executeil and Issued for an amount of 
£100 Hterllng. ami one, If nect;*8«ary, .^or 
a less sunt In sterling mon«y in cOm- 
pletft tlie authorized issue. 

4, The said del. ehluris shall beai- datt 
of the day after the tlnal (tasslng of this 
By-lhw, and stiall be payable In fifty 
years from the Said date, at such place, 
either in the Dominion of'f^'anada; Great 
Brttaln or the Cnllod States of Amertca, 
as mny be jleslgnated thereon, anjfl shall 
have attBche<| to., them coupons for the 
payment of Inlerest anil the signatures 
of the Inter/'St coupons n>fty be either 
written, slampedr printed or . lltho-' 
gt>aphed, 

5, The Said dejjnntures shall bear in- 
terest at the rato of fovi,r p<?r cpnt, per 
nnnum from the date 'thereof, which "in- 
terest shall bo payable .half-yearly on 
the 2lftt day of January and tho 21st 
djiy of July, at such place, either In the 
Itomlnion of (Jatinda, Great Britain, 6r 
the I'hited St'n tea Of America, as may 
!,<> ox!)resse(l In thO dchenture and cou- 
pon, r ' ' ' ■ ', f. ■ 

r,. n. i^haii lie lawful' for th»' 'k^W 
Mayor to cause the .<iaid debenttrres fthd 
interest coupons; either or both, to he, 
'•■.■!'. payable at such ^place, either Jn 
' .minion of t^innda, Griiat Britain, 
• United States of America, as 
uiay_-hfi <Teslred, ■. > 

7. It shall b«r lawfill ftSFlhij Mayon of 
tho said corporation to dispose "of ntho 
said debentures at a rate below par, and 
to aulhorlr,e the Treasurer to jiay out ''I 
of the sums so. raised by the snl^ of tifo j ' 
said debentures, all exjienses c<mujc«u+«41 <' 
with the preparation and lithographing 'I'reasiirt^r of thi 
of tho debentures and eoiifxniH. or any! the pnvt>ose>i and 
discount or commlsslo; i ih;ir'i . 

Inci'dontal to the sale • ,i.r.|.)., 

tvires. 

a. .So much ..r ' , 
for and received l..» i... > .i., i M.n.viw.r 
under the provisions of the said "Sewer 
HyLnw, 1902' (No. 400). ns shall after 
complying with the directions contalne<l 
In the said "Sewer Loan OtiaratYtee By- 
law. l»(i:i." No. t02, the ' "Sow^r Loan 
(Inaranten By-law 1905," No. 46ft. the 
".Sawer Lo«4j (i larrintPH );•,• Ini',-, ">t<':" 



No. 516, tha "Seyver Loan Ouaianteo 
By-law, J90K, No. 557, the "Sewer Loan 
Loan Guaranteo By-la.v, 1909," No. 592, 
the "Sower Loan (inarauloo By-law., 
1»09 (No. s),- .\,, , , |,„ HufficUmt to 
'I>ri)vldft the anm i' .i.-rest oh 'the 

niouej'.s from tlnn . to unie borrowed on 
tlu) security of the di-h^ntures i,ssued 
lierounder; and th*' aiinuiil slnUlng fund 
lor the payment of tlitj. principal 
uKvnoys due upon tho debentures tssue<l 

lioreuiider si Mediately upon n- 

eollH therooi i . aside by the said 

City Troasurei- ami placed ll^• lilui t<) a 
■■^eparato account with the hank.rs of 
Ihi;' Coi-porathm of Vlct<trla, and t-here- 
I"''' li.ill l. paid the coupons o"r IntereHt 
ri ow I "i'"ii ilii- 'iiid debentures or borrowed 
inojioys, as the sanKj' shall' from time 
K) time fall due, and themoneys to-fTroJ- 
vldo tho said annual sinking fund , shall 



pleto the authurl/.ed, iH-sue. 

;). The said dehenlnros shall l»e.ar date 
of the day after tho liiml passing of this 
By-law, and shall be made payable lu 
twouty'tlve years from said dati', .'ii 
such'" place, eitlier in the Dominion of 
Canada. (Jreat )<ritaln. ui- llio United 
.Stales of America, as may Ive desi(,')iated 
thereon,- and shall haveattachi.-d to lliem 
t-Muipous f(u- the payment itt Inten.st, 
and the s-lgha,tui-e of tlie Interest cou- 
pCui's iuay bo either wriltan, stamped, 
printed, lithographed or engraved. 
" ■!. Tlie said debentures siiaU bear in- 
terest at the rate of four per cent, per 



b(j! pureed on depo.slt. and' with the Inter- I annum from the dale thefeof. payable 



.1 



j) 



M-l-U- 

I lie 

■•aid 

1 I oiu 



est (hereon, shall bo allow 
■iiiuluie and thereout almll 1 
rirlnclpal money.s borrowiyd. 
dObenturoM Issued hereun.i 
time to time become du. 

9. This By-law shall', before the final 
passing theredf, reisoivn ttre asservt- of 
the electors of the. sakV Corporation In 
the n<annoi' provided iiu- in llu! Munici- 
pal . Claqses Act, and shall tak^ effect 
.on the day;aft0r tho final paswlhg there- 
of. ■— ■ . . ' , 

,10. This By-lnw may nof.be altered or 
repealed save with the Consent 'of the 
Lieutvunnt-Governor in Council. 

II. This By-law^ shall be cited as the 
'Sewer Loan Guarantee By-law, 1910." 

Passed the Municipal Council on the 
I5tli dny Of August, 1910. 

TAKE NOTICE _t4*»4r-»he above— 1»-h* 
true copy of the pyopojto d, Hv-I.nw' uno n 
which the vote of the Municipality w 
tai<en at tlie building known i 
-1417 and 4419 (Mr. Meston's _ 
Broad Street, on_Monday, the 29ih day 
of August, .1940, that, tho polls will he 
kept open between the hour s of 9 o ^tock^ 
*.m. an^ 7 o'clock p.m., and that Mr. W. 
'>Vw Northcott has been appointed" the 
Returnrng Ofllcer of the said vote. 

.' B. W. BRAI>LBy. 

Acting C.M.C. 
City CTork's Office. 

Victoria. B.C.. Augr-Htii. 19t0.~ 



A BY-LAW 



To Authorize the ITso of Corporate Xiands 
at Spring &id|^e for Botaooi Furposes 

WHKREAS on tho aiTpUeatlon of the 
Board of School Trustees the C ouncil 
'"""■ resolved to grant the corporate 



lands at Spring Ridge hereunder de- 
scribed, also a sum of $13,000 In aid of 
th(? PUrcliust' for tlie School 15oard of 
abijtting lands, the whole to be used as 
and for a High School Site, also to do 
ceriiiln works to make the site suitable, 
said sum of $13,000 to be raised with the 
school rate for ttie year' 1910, and the 
cost of said works to he I'alsed with the 
school rate for the jears 1910, 1911. and 
1913 as may be caMed for 'by the pr'og- 
ro.sH Of the works. 

The Municipal Council of the Corpor- 
ation of tho City of Victoria ' enacts as 
follows: , , 

L it shall be lawful for the CouAcIl to 
use the corporate lands hereinafter do- 
scribed for school purposes: 

Desorlption of X^uds 

Sectton,B forty-eight (48) and forty- 
nine (4fl); - 

Lot eighteen (18) of. Section Fifty- 
three .(63). Map 205. 

' Lots. "CT", "D"', "R", "F", of Section flf- 
t-y -seven (57). Map 12.^; 

Part one hundred and fifty-five (155) 
feet by fot-ty-folir (44) feet of Section. 
FlftyM-ight,(58). In a square block in the 
SOuth^Vest corner ' thereof ; 

Lots "A". "B", "D", "E", V>"". of Sec- 
tion Sixty-four (64), Map 123; 

South half ("Vi) of Section Sixty-five 
(65); 

Part one hundred and fifty-five (155) 
feet bV >Ightv-elght (8S) feet of North 
half(>4» of Section Sixty-flv* (65); 

South half ,(1,4) of Sectloi^ Fifty-four 
(54), except" that part thereof c.ortveyed 
by Maria GbodacTe to George .Stelly by 
deed dated the Hth March, 1895; 

,M1 In Sprirtg Ridge. Victoria City, and 
said lands .shall henceforth lie held by 
the Corporation, f^r «chf>ol purposes, 

2. Tho said sum of $13,000 shall be 
paid out of corporate moneys and raised 



lalf-yearly, on the UKst day of January 
and 21si day of July, at such place, 
in til. nopilnlpn of I'unada, Great Bri- 
tain . i<:,- I'll I ted St»' ' \inerlca, 
us 1 ; i . expressed If .Venture 
and /■iiinviui, 

,5, It, .shall he lawful • ' vi lyor 

to causo' tlio said d. !... i.i ..i • :. u;nd 
interest jLiiiupons, .either or both, to be 
liiade, fjayable at 'wuch place, 'either In 
the Dominion of Canada, Gil^a.f Britain, 
or the United States of America, as may 
be -desired. '' ' , ' ' 

6. It shall bo lawful -for .the Mayor 
of the said Corporatloij to dispose of 
tho said debentures at a ivite below par. 
and to Buthfirlzsi'the Treasurer to pay 
oilt of tho Slims 8o raised by tho sale of 
the. j<ald debentur<'S, all expenses con- 
nected with tho preparation and engrav- 
Ihg or lithographing' of the debentures 

^IHSalirrwlllSji^f*"*'' coupons, or ^ any discount or com- 

nown as ru.'J.lbers "V''^>""" "r ;,"'"'••, 5--''"':««« 'n«="iental to 
the sale of the said debentures. 

7. If deemed atrrTsable by tho Mayor 
there shall, in tho said debentures, be 
reserved to the Corporation . the right 
upon any future consolidat+on of the 
debenture Indebtedness of tho City to 
sub.stitute debentures of such consolida- 
tion secured upon the credit of the (u'lty 
generally. 'Such consolidated • deben- 
tures Shall contain the like oovjuiants, 
conditions and restrictions as are con- 
tained In the deb{»ntures, issued in pur- 
suance of this By-law, and in each de- 
benture Issued hereunder a clause con- 
ditioned for such substitution may be' 
Inserted. " 

8. For the-purpose of raising annually 
the required sum for tho pa.yment of the 
interest on the said dobahtiires during 
their currency, there shall be raised an- 
nually the sum Of $2,000, and lor the 
payment off of the debt at maturity 
there shall be raised annually jhe sum 
of $l,2O0;C0, and both sums shall be 
raised annually by a rate sufticient 
therefor on all rateable land and Im- 
provements or real property In the City 
of Victoria during tho continuance of 
tho said di^bentures, or any of them. 

9. This By-law shall, before the hnai 
passing thereof, receive the assent" of 
the electors of the said Corporation In 
tho manner provided for In the Munlcl-- 
pal Clauses Act and shall take effiect on. 
the day after the final passing thereof. 

10. This By-law may be cited as the 
"$50,000 School Loan By-law. 1910." 

Passed the Municipal Council on the 
15th day of August, 1910. 

TAKE NOTICE that the above Is a 
true copy of the proposed Bv-law, upon 
which the voteof theiMuniclpallty will be 
t%ken at thetbuilding known t^s Numb»>r8 
1417 and. 1419 (Mr. Meston's Building), 
Broad Street, cnx Monday, the 29th day 
of August, 1910, that the polls will be 
kept open between the Jiours of 9 a.m. 
and 7 p.m.. and that Mr. W. \V. North- 
cott has been appointed the Returning 
OfOce'r of.the said vote. 

■ E. \V. BRADLEY, 

Acting, C.M.C. 
City Clerk's Offtce. — 

Victoria. B.C.. Aug. 17th. 1910. 



A BY-LAW 



It shall ho lawful for tlio said Mayor I said debentures at a rate l>elow par, and 
in his discretion to alternatively cause j to anlhorl'/.e the Treasurer to pay out of 
each of the said debenlui'L'a_to he made. I the same so raKsed bj** the sale of th'- 
exetuJted and Issued for an amount of | said debentures nil expense iMinnected 
flOu sterling, and oiuj. If necessary, tor with the. preparation and engraving or 
a less sum in sterling monej> to com- 1 lUhographliig of tho deheirtures and 

t'oupons, or any discount or commission, 
or other fluii'Ki/s incidental to the sale 
of the sahl_ (lel^-ntures. 

7,' If deemed adtisaliW-Uy-the .Mayor, 
there shall, In the suld debentures, be 
i;eserved to the Corporation the right 
upon any future consnildatlon of thH 
dehentnre.s indebtedness of the City to 
suhstltute delientiires of surh consolldbL- 
tlon Mecurcd upon the credit of the City 
generally, Such consoli.Uitkm deben- 
tures shall contain the Uko covenants, 
conditions and restrictions as are con- 
tained in the debentures issued In pur- 
suance of this bylaw, and In each de- 
ijenture Issued hereuuder a clause con- 
ditioned ' for siich Kuhstilutlon may bo 
inserted.. 

8. For tho purpose of raising annu- 
ally the.requlred sum for the payment 
Of the interest on the said debentures 
dui-ing tliElr (Currency., there shall V>e 
raised annually the sum of $.3,000, and 
for the purpose of creating the sinking 
fund uf-orfsaid for tlie pavmeni off Of 
the debt at matur ity t hepa shalt be 
ral.sed annually tljo 'sum^ of $491.25 andj 
boilj, said sums shftll be raised 6.hn,valiy 
by a rate suff'clent therefor on all rate- 
able land and Improvements or real 
property In the city" of Victoria during 
the continuance of the said debentures 
■ti*-any of them. 

9, This bylaw shall before the final 
passing thereof receive tho assent of 
the electors of tho said corporation in 
the manner provided for In .the Munlci- 
pal Clauses Act, and shall take effect 
on the llfth day after tho final passing 
thereof, . 

_±0»ThlS bylaw miy be cited as the 
DaUas lload Foresiiore Bylaw, 1910. 

e 



Passed the Municipal Council qd the 
15th day of August, 1910. *: 

TAKE NOTICE that the above, is a 
true oopy of the proposed bylaw, upon 
which the vote of the municipality will 
be taken at the building known as 
Numbers 1417 and 1419 (Mr. Meston's 
buUdln^) Broajl_street, on Monday, the 
29th day of August. 1910. that the polls 
will bo kept open between tho hours of 
9 o'clock a. m, and 7 o'clock p; m.. and 
that Mr. W. W. NortUcott has been ap- 
pointed tho Returning Officer of tho 
said vole. 

E. W. BRADLEY. 

Acting C. M. C. 

City Clerk's Office. Victoria, B. C. 
August 17t h, 1910. 

A BYLAW 



To Baise 975,000.00 for tho Protection of 
the Foreshore of Dallas Soad 

WHEREAS the Council of the Corpor- 
ation of the City of Victoria have decldeil 
that it Is necessary to erect a permanent 



with the school rate for the year 1910 i P''"'^'^'^^'"" "Balnst the action of the sea 
for the r>ufposes herein recited, and there 0'« the foreshOre beneath. Dallas Road 



shall he 'paid out Of the corporate moneys 



In the years 1910. 1911 and 1912 the pro- i ?,*'" '^"^ Easterly of where Montreal 



portion of the cost incurred during such 
y«tnrs pt the recited works upon the said 
site and the said moneys so paid shall 
be raised annually with the school rate. 

.."l. This By;Iaw shall before the final 
paisslng thereof recelva the assent of the 
electors of the City entitled to vofe on 
money By-Iuws. 

4'. Th^ By-law ma'y for all purposes be 
olted ns the ".*?prlhff Jlldge Lands At'i- 
th<trlty Rv-lavv," " . . 

Pa.-ised th<» Municipal Council this 15th 
day of August. 1910. 

TAKE NOTICE that the above Is a 
true copy of the proposed Byrlnw, upon 
which the vote of (lie Murilclpnilfy will be 
taken at the bulldlTig known Xs Numbers 
1.417 "and 1419. (Mr. Mesjoh's Building) 
Broad .Street, on Monday^ the 29th dav of 
August, 1910. that the polls will he kept 
open hetvreen the hours of 9 o'clock a.m. 
pnd 7 o'clock p. m.. and that Mr. W. 'VV. 
Northcott hfis'heen Appointed the ■ Re- 
turning Officer of.the said vote. 
K. W. BRADLEY. 

Acting C. M. C. 

Citv Clerk's Office, Victoria, B. O. 
August 17th, 1910. 



commencing at a point approxinuitely 



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Street produced would touch the sea 
shore, thence Easterly along the shore- 
approximately 1040 feet, to tho Westerly 
limit of where Lewis Street produced 

would touch the Bft"Hhf'rt\ pr.»tt»ettn a >ti« 

said foreshore by means of a reinforced 
concrete wttll''on plans approved by the 
Etigineer of the IJepartment of Lands 
and Works of tho Province of British 
Columbia and to extend from a jolld 
foundation at approjtlmately lowest tide 
to the height of the finished roadway on 
Dallas Road^ 

ANp WHEREAS It is estimated that 
the hald work will cost $100,000, of 
which sum'th'e-City provl<les by this By- 
Law $7,5,000, and the Province of British 
Columbia has agree d to pi-ovlde $2tr.o00; 

AND WHEREAS TRe, whole ratable 
lapd and Improvements or real property' 
of the said Corporation of the City qf 
Victoria according to the last revised as- 
seiwment roll for the year 1910, was $.12.- 
089,937; ' . 

AND WHEREAS the total amount re- 
'Quired' to be raised annually by rnt'e for 
the paying of the debt which will be 
created hereunder and the interest 
thereon, and for creating an annual slhk'- 
ing fund for the payment off of the said 
debt within fifU" years, according' to law 
is $3,491.25; ' ' 

AND WHEREAB-lhis B^-Law miy not 
be altered or repealed except with the 
consent of the Lleutenant-Governor-ln- 
CSjunclli 

THEREFXiRE the .Municipal Council 
of the, Corporation of the City of Victoria 
enacts as follows: 

1. It shall be lawfirl for tho Mayor of 
the Corporation of the City of Victoria 
to' borrow upon the credit of the said 
Corpoiratlon by way of the debentures 
hereinafter mentioned, from an.v person 
or persons, or body or bodies corporate, 
who may be willing to advance the same 
as' a 'loan, a sum, of money not exceed- 
ing In the 'Whole tho suhi of $75,000, cur- 
rency or sterling tnonoy. at the rate of 
4.SC, 2-3 dollars to the otre pound sterling, 
and to cauSe all Ruch sums so ralse'd or 
received to be paid into the bands of the 
Treasurer of the said Corporation for 
the purposes and with the object herein- 
before roc.l.ted. 

2. It shall bo lawful for the said Mayor 
to cause any-nuinber of debentures to-be 
tnade, executed nnd Issued for such sums 
as mny be required, not exceedli iK ' , now -' 

,ever, the sum of $75,000, either In our-„ 
rencv or sterling tuoney (at the rate 
aforesaid) each of the snid debentures 
being of the amount of $1,000. and *I1 
such debentures shall bo sealed with the 
seal of the said Corporation and signed 
by the Mayor thereof. 

' t% shall be lawful for the said Mayor 
in His discrt^tlon to alternatelv cause 
each of (he said deben,ttires to tyt^made, 
executed and Issued for an- nmonnf' of 
£1.00 sterllnj?, and one if necessary for 
a less sum In sterlln.g money to cam- 
plete the authorized l.osue. 

3. The said debentures shall bear date 
of the fifth day after the final passing 
of this By-law, and shall be . made pay- 
able .In Mtit years from date, at such 
place either In the UomlTiion of Canada. 
Gi-ent Britain, or the T'niti-d States of 
Ameilcn, as may be rleslgnnted thereon. 



A BY-LAW 

7o Xalse $50,000 for School PnrpoaeB. 

WHEREAS, th* Council of the Cor- 
poration of the <;:ity of Victoria arere- 
qulCed )o raise tlie Sum of $50,000' gross 
on the requlT.ement of the Board' of 
Sehox)l Trustees, for the pvirchiise of a- 
site nnd the erection of a''new school with 
school grounds at the corner pf Bank 
Street and I^elghton K'troet,and for cer- 
tain additions I0 the school and grounds 
at Victoria Went. and. fo.r the Improve- 
ment of the sfthooi site and grounds at 
Kingston street. Including In each case 
tlie. pvjrbhni^e *>f the necessary land: 

AND, W-ftERKAS. the w-hole rateable 
land and Improvements or real property 
of (he snld Conioratlon of the City *of 
•Victoria, according to the, I'sst revised 
assessment roll for the, year 1910, was 
$32,089,937: ; ' . ' , . 

AND WliBREAS, thfe total . amount 
required to be raised annually by rate 
for paying the debt which '.will be crea- 
ted htrcunder nnd the Interest thereon, 
and for cr^'atin'p an annual sinking fund 
for (he payment off of the said debt 
witiiift tweu(y-five yisttrs, according to 
lai\i_ii- $;!,'.'00.1Jo: . ..'. 

AN1>. tVMEREAS, It will require an 
annual rate of .1197 of one mill on the 
dollar tot pttirlag th« nevf^-O^bt Sfttl in- 
terest; • ' 

AND WHEREAS, , this, fiV-iaw may 
not bo altered or .repealed except with 
consent . of th© ,JPiettieina.>vt-Oovttt-{)or-in- 
Council*. . ' .* • ■■ 

I'lIERKFORR. -the Municipal Counbil 
9t the Corporation pf the GIty of Vic- 
toria enacts as follows :rT' 

I. It shall hc'lhwful for the ftffty*^ of 
the Corporation of the City Of 'Vitdorla 
to borrow upon the credit of the said 
Corpor.'itlon by, jway of the debentures 

hereimtfter mentioned, from ntiy person I and shall Ijave nttnchod to them cou- 

or persons, or hod.'i' Or .bodies Corporate, pons for the payment of Interest, and. 

wlio may be w'lllng to ad-\'ain'e tlio same the signatures of the Interest coupons 

as a loan, a sum of money not exceed I uf ' mnv be eltlier written, stamped, printed 

In the whole the sum of $50,000 gross i,-raiiher1 or engraved. 

Hterllng moMo.y, at the rate of I.HU i;-;;, , .,., , j,,,,,, ,,obentures .shall h.'-nr in- 

" , To rt„'™l""' '•I^''"i'«' «!'.i|tenst at the rate of four per cent per 

', ^"V' f'™\f'"T'^'^'^ "•• re-U""""^ f'"" »•'" (In te thereof, which in- 

. I.e. paid Into the h.n.ds of ,1,.,!.-. , ... pn.valJTe half-yea'rlv on 

anuary and, 21st dav of 
1 i.ico, either in tho Dp- 
inlnlon of Canada, Great Britain, qr the 
iTniled States of America, as mny bo ex- 
pressed in the debentures and coupons, 
. fi. It shall he lawful for tho said 
Mayor to cause the said dobe^ntures and 
Interei^t coupons, ellhei: or both, to be 
made ^payable at such" place, either |n 
4 h« *J^om4n4oi»— rrf- ■( 'n trnda.' '(vfren t "Britain; 
or the United St.T.te's of America, as 
may be desired. ,, 

6. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
the said Corporation in <li,spli..^(. of (h" 



lii.Noi tu ..ins.' ;in.v jumiher of dehtn- 
ii'nTr""H»"1w»''iwMde, executed and Issued 

Mir sUfi'li sum- iv ho ''•quired, not 

f.xcei:(11ng. ho le sum of $Bo,00fl, 

either in did sterling tnoney at 

f Re' Ta le nfiyiT^snld r,-ptK4»-4i£.4J»«_iMi,hi^|e- 
bentuios being of (he.-umount of $1,000. 
and all such debentt,ire« shall bo sealed" 
with the seal of the said Corporation 
atjd slgnr-d hy, the Mayor ".-ii,.r 



To raise $15,000.00 for tha Erectloa x>f 
an Isolation Hospital. 

Whereas the Council of the X'orpora- 
tion of the City of Victoria have decided 
that it is necessary to remodel and mod., 
ernize the present isolation Hospital, 
and to erect certain other buildings in 
connection therewith; 

AND. WHEREAS, it is estimated that 
the sald_Bork8 will cost $20,000.00 of 
which the city, by this bylaw, provides 
$15,000.00, and of which tho Province 
of British Columbia will provide $^,000, 

AND,. WHEREAS, the whole rateable 
land and improvements of real property 
of the feald Corporation of the City of 
Victoria according to tho last revised 
assessment roll for the year 1910, was 
$32,089,937,00. 

AND. WHEREAS, the total atpount 
required to be raised annually by rate 
for tho paying of the debt wtifch will 
bo crtated hereunder and tho, interest 
thereon, and. for creating an annual- 
sinking Jiind for the payment off of 
the said debt within twenty-flve years, 
according to law, is $960.15. . 

AND. WHEREAS, this -bylaw may 
not be^altered or repealed exCept with 
the consent of the Lleutonant-Governor- 
In-Council; 

THEREFORE, the Municipal Council 
of the Corporation Of the City of Vic- 
toria enacts ,as follows: 

1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
the Corporation of the CUty of Victoria 
to borrow upon the credit of the said 
Corporation by tho way of the deben- 
tures hereinafter mentioned, from any 
person or persons, or body or bodies cor- 
poi:ate, who may be willing to advance 
the sathe as a loan, a sum of money not 
exceeding In the whole the sum of $16.- 
000.00 currency, or sterling money at 
the rate of 4.88 2-3 dollars to the one 
pound— s terli n g, and to cause all such 
sums so raised or received to be paid into 
the hands of the Treasurer of the said 
Corporatliift- for the purposes and with- 
the object hereinbefore recited. 

2. It shall be lawful for the said 
Mayor to cause, any number of deben- 
tures to he made, executed and issued 
for Such sums as may be required, not 
exceeding, however, the ' sum of, $15.- 
000, OCi either In currency or sterling 
'n)ohey (at the rate aforesaid) each of 
the said debentures being of the. amount 
of $1,000.00 and all such debentures 
shall be sealed, with the seal of the said 
t.'orporatlon, and signed by the Mayor 
thereof. 

It shall be lawful for the said Mayor 
in his discretion to alternatively cause 
I'ach of the said debentures to be made, 
executed and issued for an amount of 
£100 sterling, and one If necessary for 
a less sum In Sterling monejr to com- 
plete the authorized, issue. 

3. The said debentures , shall bear 
date of tho day after the final passing 
of this bylaw, and shall be-made pay- 
able In twenty-five years from said date, 
at such place either in the Dominion of 
('anada, (Jreat Britain pr . the United 
States of America;, as may be designated 
thereon, and shall have attached to 
them coupons for the payment of In- 
terest and the signatures, of the inter- 
est coupons may be either written, 
stfimped, printed, lithographed or en- 
graved; 

4. Th*e s.ald debentures shall bear ' in- 
terest', at the rate of four per cent, per 
annum from tho date thereof, which 
Interest shall be payable half-yearly on 
the 21st day, of January and 21st day 
of July, at siich place, either In the Do- 
minion, of -Canada. Great Britain, or the 
'United States of Amerlea, as may Fe" 
expressed In tho debentures and coupo'n. 

5. It shall be lawful, for the said 
Mayor to cause tho said debentures and 
Interest «o':uporis. either oi»vboth. to be 



■e. either' in 
eat Britain! 
rjoa. «k;^y 



rftade payable at such pit! 
the Dominion of Canada, <3| 
or tho united States of Aln 
be desired. 

6. It shall be lawful fo the Mayor 
of the said Corporation t# dlsp-oae of 
the said debentures at a rn|e below par, 
and to authorize the Trealmrer to pay 
out of the sums, so ralseij by the sain 
Of the .saltl debentures all JjbxpRnses con- 
nected, with the preparation and en- 
graving or lithographing hf the deben- 
tures and coupons, or arw discount or 
comml.B'-' -■■ 'J ..ther chaifges Incidental 
to the the said debentures. 

' 7. If <i. lii.. i .idvlsablo/; hy the Mayor 
there shall. In the said dobenturo.s.' he 
reserved to the <'orporatlon tho right 
upon and future . consolidation , of the 
debentures Indebtedness df the city to 
substitute debentures of such consnl'lda- 
tion secured vipon the credjt of the city 
generally'. Such consolldoUon delieti- 
tures shall contain the like i'ovpnnnt?». 
conditions and restrictions as are con- 
tained in the debentures issued in pui- 
suanco of thl.=i bylaw nnd In each de- 
benture hereunder a clnuso lion- 
dllioneii h sub.stltutlon may ho 
inserted 

8. l''"oi i'lrpos'e of I'Rl.ilng nnnn- 
olly the Required sum for the payment 
of the Interest on the said debentures 
during their currency, there shftll hn 
raised annutjilly the sum of $600. 00. and 
for the purpose of cronttng the sink- 
ing fund aforesaid for the pajment off 
of the debt wt maturity there slmH Ite 
raised annually the sum of $:i«o. 1,5 and 
both sa^d sums shall he raised annually 
by ' it rate suffl'-lent therefor on all 
rateable land and Improvements or rf-al 
property In the city of Victoria during 
the continuance, of the said debentures 
or any of them. ,;■ ■ 

9. Thlis bylaw shsll before thf final 
))as»lng thereof receive the assent of 
tho elector.s of the said Corporation In 



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Fpiday, August 26, 1919 



^'ICt0^llA DAHAV COLONIST 



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the/ manner provided ■ for li\ the Munici- Wtd nuinlclpiimy. otV Mi.>nil8y. the 2nth 



Pnr Clauses Ao(, am} shall talv.> elffcv 
•Ml tlip Uay art.M- the (liml iius!^1mk 

tllPTPOf. 

10. Tlil.s liylHw may hf ciic.l ;(.s ii,,- 
Isi'latlori Hospltiil Bylaw. i.Mu 

_ f'asKcd |h« Mimlclpnl Coiincil un tli>- 
l.'Ui (lay i)f AuKust. lldii. 

TAKK XOTICK Dial lhi> nhov \h a 
Injpi copy ,)f the prviposiMl livlaw lij...!. 
which the \(>te of thp MiinlcliialU v will 
he tiikeri at the l.ui|,llii« known u^ Nwiii- 
hcrK 1417 anil 1! I ti (Mr. Mr.sii onV i.ui I..I- 
liiK) Uroafl .slic.'t. oil Moiuliiv H.- "'ih 
flay of AUKn«:t. linn, ti,,it tin- li-ii,- .^ 1 1 ; 
hf k«'pl open l„.t«.>rn ih.' Imhii... ,,• 
"''•lock B. Ml. jind 7 ..'cl.., K ■■ /m ,im.I 

that Mr. AV. W \,., ihcii i, , 'i ,, ,, , 

potntfii Ih,. K.MornlniL; i o lir.t -i i h. 
!<aij vote. 

!•: \\\ nuAiM.i'iv 

.\ci liiK I ' Al 1 ' 
City I'liMk's <)fricc, \ir(ori;\ It i', 
Auitust i ;i li I ri I a. 



lay of A\iKn.s(. 11)1(1, froni H ii. ni. to 
p. ni.. iind to rocorti their, volts for or 
nKiiin.st ilie pus.saj,'!' of tlio l'nfh:r>,'rouiul 



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li.\' hylaw III dial 
deterinlii. 

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.1 I I h(^ hylHw.s will 
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A BY-LAW 



\ic1orla. 
> ,of An- 

I'l'T, 
ifficcr. . 



Er«otlon of 



To Kala* $30,000 for tha 
vj, the Public Convenience. 

AVllKUKA.^, ihe Counell of the Corpo- 
ration ..r I !i,-' ( 'itv- of \'ic'toria .have de- 
< ided (hill II IS necessary -to prCct a 
I'oliUc I'oiui'nlence upon property of the 
Corporation situated on the west stele of 
Ctovernnicnt street, south of the post- 
efftee and north of the Cauaevvav. 

ANI> WUKUKAS. the whole rateable 
I.m.l aii.l liuprovementB or real properly 
ei the said Corporation of the City of 
\ let. Ilia accordlnK to the last revised 
as.«c.>..snieni roll for the year 1910, was 
t:'.l!.e-S:i,;i';7. 

A.M>. WUKREAS, the total amount 
leiiuiied to be raised annually by rate 
for thw payitiB of the debt which will 
be created hereunder jwid the Interest 
iliereon, and for creating an annual 
.-^inklnK fund for tliepaymeht off of the 
^Kld debt within twenty-five years, ac- 
cording to law. Is ;i, 280.85. 

AN'I), WHKREAS, this bylaw may not 
ho altered or repealed except with the 
consent of the l,leutenant-Ciovernor-ln- 
Council: 

THKRKKOUE, the Municipal Council 
of the (Corporation of the City of Vic- 
toria enacts an follows: 

1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor xtt 
' the (.rorporation of the City of V'lctorla 

to borrow upon the credit of the said 
Corporation by way of the debentures 
hereinafter mentioned, from any person 
or persons, or body or bodies corporate, 
who may be willing to advance the .same 
as a loan, a sum of monev noi exceed- 
ing In the whole the sum of »20,000 cur- 
rency, or sterling money at the rate of 
4.86 2-3rds dollars to the one pound 
sterling, and to cause all such sums so 
raised t)r received to be paid into the 
hands of the Treasut'er of the said 
Corporation for the p.iirpose and with 
the object hereinbefore recited. 

2. It Shall be la.wful for the said 
Mayor to cans© ariy number, of deben- 
tures to lie made, executed and iHsued 
for such sums as* may be required, not 
txceodlng, however, the sum of |20,0ti0, 
either in currency or sterling mon*>v: 
tat t lie rate aforesaid) each of the said 
debentures being of the amount pf 
$1,001^, and all such debentuies shall be 
sealed with the seal of thf> said Cor- 
poratfon ""fffrd signed Uy , the-' Mayor 

.-•JJxerepf. 
; _ It- snail be lawful for the said Mayor 
Ih ,:hiS discretion to alternately, caii.so 
efech of the said debentures to be made, 
execiUed and issued for an amount of 
£100 .sterling, and one if necessary for 
a ■ lesp sum in sterlliig money to ooni- 
plete the aiitJiorlzed Issue. 

3. The said debentures shall bear date 
of the day after the final pa.salng o-f 
this bylaw, and shall be made payable 
In' " 



Municipal Notice 

'irf -I II 

Municipal Bye-Election, 1910 

IMHl.lC ,\tei-|iM% Is hereby Kiveil to 
the KlectorB of the Municipality of the 
City of Ylctorla, thai I require the 
presence of the said Klectors in the 
Court- Room at Xhc City Hall. In thw 
aforesaid city on .Wednesday, the atth 
day of August, llUO, from 1 'J (noon) to 
2 p. m., for the purpose of. electing a 
pifrson tff.jepresent them In the Muni- 
cipal Council as Alderman' for Ward 
No. 2 to till ^he vacancy caiLsed by the 
resignation of Mr. Wm. Henry nnsselt 
Humber, 

The mofle of nomination of candl- 
date.s' shall he as follow.s: 

The candidates xhali be nominated In 
writing, the writing shall he subscribed 
by two voiet-s of the municipality as 
proposer and seconder, and shall be de- 
livered to the Returning Officer at. any 
time between the date of the notice and 
2 p. m. of the day of the nomination, 
and in the event of a poll being neces- 
sary such poll will be open on Saturday, 
the 2'tti day of August, ,1910, from ft 
o'clock a. i-a to T p. mriA the manner 
following: 

For the office Of ALDEIRMAN for 
Ward No. 2, In the Police Court at the 
City Hall, of whicli every person Is 
hereby required' to take notico and 
govern himself accordingly. 

The persons qualified to be nominated 
for and elected as ALDERMAN of the 
City of Victoria shall be such person.s 
as are male British s.^ubjects of the full 
age of twenty-one year;s. and are n ot 
disqualified under any law, arid have 
been for the six months next preceding 
the day of nomination the regl.stered 
owner In the land registry office of land 
or rea I p ro p e rt y I n th e -e4ty ' o f Vie tori a 
of the assessed value on the last mu- 
nicipal asses.tment roll of five hundfed 
dollairs. or more, over and above any 
registered judgmerif or clL-ifge. and who 
are otherwise duly qualified as muni- 
cipal voters. 

Given under my hand at Victoria, 
British Columbia, this l«th day of 
August, 1910. ' 

WM. W-. NORTH COTT, 

Heturnlng Officer. 



I $-1-0?) 

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TRUSTJI5I)() 



(I'OJW'A.V AVE.' 60x105. (U'5) 



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STHKBt, COrtNEU 



BRITISH AMERICAN 

<().Mr.\,\t, 1, 11). 
Cornrr liruaU uiiU VliVw Slr<?et«,. . ' 

\\'A.VTKD— TWO OH Tnm-;E . o6on 

' ' / otg on .Lliidfn avBn Uc. 

pon 841,E--^SEVE.V KOO.MED" HOUHI'. 
■*- mi l(iOxJSf) feet,, ?tnbl.-," or<-liard.- lawn 



*hi-Mb», . r(e_. e.-nifnt sUli\vUlk, 8pn er. ' eliL'!- 
Irlc llBhl K»s. 'elo. Thin property Ig'-linff 
bb»:k from etreel j:jui "Od . onu nillo fruin 
'•liy lial l, IV.Ice on natfr tiTnis IH,<50. 

"PHOPBRTV, 



\ . aoDD WATEHFhONT 
'J.-X' Haanioh, nice beac 
price and tt^rms of thU: 



SHAW HEAL ESTATE CO. 



Tenders for Gar- 
h'd^e Cans 



Phone 10»4 



707 V» Vates tflrtot 



1700 
$700 



I ■' ' I 1 ; r n " sTl|ii?~i3xit|plT7K) 
MM I. i\:\\ nb. '6Sxl3<), (ia¥> . 

TTTt Th a .m sTii-KET, Soxiii!.' tjjoV 

I I JvVB STREET, Bi5^l-U.- (»*)' - 



MARRIED. 



\i:\\ .M \ \ I \. I. :, .,\ , )„ ,||<. •j.-,iv, |,|,^(, 
•'t . 1 ;- I ■a!.Ml..ii;,i ,1'. ,-, by tile Rev. 'P. 
K. Moiling. AVm. .lohn Ney(-man. Lon- 
don Kiig. lo Gertrude Kll/s, youiiKesI 
dntiiihiei- of i4r. and Mrs. W. Ii. Jnck- 

. son of this city. 

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DISS. 



MOSEK— On the 25111 inist'., flit tb»'f»niily 
.residence, Caledonia ayenue, D&fijelv 
David Moses, a naltve of Wales , aged 
"ft years.-' ■' " "' • 
Notico of the funeral will be given 

laten ■ ■ , ; , _ , ■.,,/ ■':; ; ..' .•,, '■,; :■ ; 



,'r,'-/l ;-KINa'» *ROAt), 50x100. ViiM 



$550 



(ftjyr/v_K INCH'S ROAEl, 114X110. i24l) 

$750 



-MOSS STREET. 80x120. («»!)) 



r 



Granite and Marble Works 

Monuments, Tablets. Granite 
Copings, etc., , at lowest prices 
consistent with first class stock 
and i.vt rltmanshlp. 

A. STEWART 

Cnr.. Tiitea and I'.lanchard St.^. 




E CO., LTD 



OANCEI.I.ATION OF KESERVE. 



N'OTICR l.s berehy glv 
servo exi.HlIng on crow n 
vicinity of liablne Lake, 
Ca..-isiar DLstiicl. notice 



ea that the Uc- 

laii.lH in Ihi- 

'and .•^ltuale lu 

lit whicli b. ai'- 



liig date .luiie ;hU h, ISOS, was pub- 
lished in the Driti.-ih Columbia OuzclliJ, 
dated July 2nd, i;ias m , mcellcd. 
ROBK|,tr A J:KXW1CK. 

■• ' Deputy Coiiiinissiionei- of La.nds. 

Land.'! D.-parlincut, Victor.la, J3. C 
June leijj^ 1910. ' 




arOTICS TO CONTIIACTORS. 



(F-.-.labll-be.l ISOS.) 

Capita! and Punds for security of 
I policyholders exceeds$26,U0O,O0O 

1 'I'hc^ mull r l^;iied li.'i.s suee. edcl to th-^ 
I BKe.iu-'. ..1 !: Is. company forinerly iit-'.d 

by till ' i.iM l.lohertbion COnipau>'. 1-t.i . 
: iiiRl will give prom])t attenii"i. i.) ml 
' coininiiiiieiitlons. r<.'gurd.ing new lu.-.n' .s.-< 

or lilniratl^ns requirtiid on exlst.tna poll- 
, cles. Plea-ie address all comunJcat;un3 

1" ■■ , ' ^ ■'■ .gi.. G/ICL1.10'1>T, 

■ i-ial .Aijent for Yajtcouver island. 
I k;i2 Broad St., Vtoloriifc, B. c. 

! W C Box 450. .Phono 6 50. 

CANCEI.1.ATI0N Ol- RESERVE: 



I 



1 /j/WV— MONTEREY AVI. .-.o.Nli.-M .: 
f v5( J -PRIOR 'street 50x120 un) 



'.' r. ) 



^75-RA«l. 



A V H. liOxlSO. (149) 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO, 

neem ". Mahou lilk. 1112 Govrintiifot .SL 

Tel. UJJ. 



«S»»c 



*•> OAA— snap: snap; snap: avoI 

MncAd of (hi. by l-|.-p«t!« King. It Is Iho 
r.orttiraet corner «f i'oik am- Flewwuid. 
now aeiurcd ai ■«rml-')Uiin.-« i.roportv, i»*d 
.'• * declde<ll»!-#**+-4mas-.in. nt i.i ihe 
price. Th.5 property adiolnlng end op- 
poelte iB held 50 per cent, higher; but this 
opportunity la only for a few daie 



SCOTTISH HEAlTY CO. 

Room «;, Challonar Block. TaUa atreet. 
next bank. Phone 140<. 



Tenders' will be recielved by the nn- 
der.«lgned up to ) p. m. on Monday, the 
29th day of Ausust,- for the making 
twenty-five years from Said dftte. at j ""'• supplying KJOO. more op lesh. gar- 
such place, either in the Dominion lifjhage cah.«i as ao much apiepe to be de- 
Can^^.rQreat Britain or the United i ll-.ered whlrf reiiulrid in city. The 

body, top- "and bo'ttonl are to^ be made 



States' of- America.- as may- be- designated 
thereon, and shall have attached to 
them coupons for the payment of Inter- 
est and. thft signatures of the interesl; 
coupons may be either written, starnped, 
printed, lithographed or engraved,, 

4. The sakl deburitures ehaU bear In- ptirchastng agent 
tereat at the rate of four per cent, per 
annum from the date thereof, which In- 
terest ahall be payable half-yearly on 
the .;ist day of .January and 21st day 
of July, at such place, either in the Do- 
minion of Cpnada. Great Britain or t'lw? 
T.'nited States of America, as may be' ex- 
preifsed In the debentitte-ancJI coupon. 
"_3.. Jt shall bq l aw ful f or t,be said 
Mayor to cause the said debentures and 
interest coupons, either or both, to be 
made payable at such place, either in 
the Dominion of Canada. '0reat Britain 
or the' l.'nited States of America, as may 
be desired^. '. . 

«i It shall be lawful for the Mavor of 
the said Corporation to dispose of thir 
salld debentures lat a rate below pai-, 
and to authorize the Treasurer to pay 
out of the sums^-so raified by the sale 



of 24 gnuge galvanized Iron. All hun- 
dje>(, bands, (Channel irons and i^lvets to 
conf orm in fn?e ry -way equal to the s^am- 
ple. to be seen in the office of the 
The contractor will 
requit-e to enter Into a contract wlttr 
the corporation for the fulHllmeni of 
the above, which will state the amount 
and when, r^equlred. The lowest or any 
tender not necessarily accepted. 

WM. W. NORTHC()TT. 

' Purchasing .Vt^ont. 
CHy Half. August 21, 1910. 

; NOTICE^ ~~ 



AFI.NE DAfftv FARM. ISO ACRES OF 

■f-V. .illie_..iajid. .35 auree uo-der ~ cultivation. 

«rowa good cropii In thi dryoet gummrr: 
water laid on by gravity frotn . tank on 
property tA houec. tj-niden. barn, slabie and 
*^' ,^Barn with Btabllnjr. for 11 cowe and 
three horeee, aleo eonie box alalia, machine 
ened, buggy houei* and granarv with loft 
above; nvo pig etypa. three fowl houaes. 
Svlih Wlrw runa. good 4-room hoiieo with 
wood ehed; good modern houae with (wo 
elttltiR rooma. four .l?edrooms, kitchen, pan- 
try, dinlngroom, ^b»throom. hot . and colfT 
water, aepllc lank, workahop. etr. HioeK 
eonatata of eight eowa aorae of whieh are 
)iui>-bred pure-bred Molsteln bull calf and 
three horaea, . beatitea catvea, chlckene. eto 
This la one of the tivat farraa In the l>iatrP( 
and-'la only one .mile 'j-rrom VVratholrni I'rlee 
Jl.t.OOO, half ca*h. halanc" ih t> yeara. For 
Itirther pariU-ulara apply, to thia office. 



CITY BROKERAGE 

1118 Douglaa St., UypoaHu Alurthanfa Bank 

OTR SPBCIAlvTV IS 1lOrSK« 
• Call aroui.vl and aee our window, i 
TVE HAVE JfST HA-n J-l!STBD WITH f.'.S 
' V two lota on Itie Eequlmalt |-o«d run- 
ning ihroufrh from atitei. lo atreet, ROs.-lO' 
fi-rt. both entirely free of ro.-k. itne tot In 
orchard.' Th. aw. lola ar<- In a Bond lomllty 
wni( are worth your tonalderatloni three 
jeare lo pay for them. |f deaired. They are 
both joui'a for 11,800. 





..SW3\^LE:d . TKNIjWRS, . auperscrll/ed 
"Tender for' School at Mlfslon,. B., Ce* 
will be received, by the Honorable 'the 
MlttLsler ot. Public Works, up to noon of 



NQTIOfi Is l^retij given that th* Te- 

ser\e«existlng upon the. lands' enribratied 

lii special. Timber Licences No. 2028'j, 

Monday, the '22nd August, 1910, for the; situated near Sech€!lt ln'it.t, New Wesi- 

111 i nti le r jji^g tx i ct, Is cancelled, and. that 

'llie said landa will be 'open for location, 

under thu iprovifnoius of the Laud Act, 

l'la'n.s,-'specItlPifn(mH7 — contract.' and { s^i mldHlght on Octoijt-r 14, IDIO. .> 



erootlon and completitJn of a foiir- 
roorhed tl.mbor framed Bclvoollfouiie 

Mi.KFion. - ' „' 



'at 






.jnnrinci, 

tmaXiyi 40x17(1 •■«. 



FOVR 

within 



LOTS, 
1% mile 



clrcb' 



$3,300 

Jamt-a Bay 



PCRCHASEiS A SIX-ROOM 

houae on Ihe atre,et car Hne. 



forms of tender may b6 seen on iind | 
after the 4tH'day of Ahgust IftlQv-at the 
offices of^the Government Agent, New 
■Westminster ; R. C. Abbott, Ksq„ Secre- 
tary to School Trustees, Mission; J. H.- 
Bowman. Ksq., architect, 112 Crown 
Building, Vancouver; - and at the '0*7 
partment of Public Works, Victoria. 

l!:ach proposal must bo acconipah'led 
by an accepted bank cheque or .certlfl- 



ROUERT A. liKNWlCK, 
Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 
Lands Dept., Victoria, July 14, Itiio. 



NOTICE 



IMPORTANT 
SALE 



OF 



lOLVlLr.E STREET— TWO LOTS. «lx3ai(, | 
.> one $600i another liijd 



*£Q .'^nn Pt'RCHASES O.VE ACRE JOIN- 
qP«J»OUl/, in^^— 4;Ujf Ihnlta. ueert aa chic- 
ken raneh and planted Hith fruit Ireea. 



C, H. RIGHA^DSON 

GI5 Fort Strt^ti.' i;. : 1 ;, i pstuirs 

I7«ERi<W(K)D RO.Vt* .>l\ Hpf^lM HOl-Pfv 
»rfo(l .'o»h: l-Hl»ne<-. .-•(I r. iii m 7 por eent 




0(8 



ITaTlgrable Waters Je^otectlon Act 
NOTICI;: Ik hereby Kiven that John 
Raymond of the City of Victoria, Brii- 
Ish Columbia, is applying to Hi^ Kxcel- 
cate jof deposit on a chartered bank of lency the Goxernor Oenc-ral ot t^ffnau.t 
Cariaila, made payable, to the Honorable In Council for appi oval uf tiio plans and 
the Minister of Publlc-Worka_fQr a sum I <Js*'<-;''I"^ions of sue, of ivoiki pioposett 



In the Townsi^ of 



equivalent to 10 per cent, of the amount 
of the- tender, which, shall be forfeited 
if the party tendering decline to enter 
Info contract when* called upon to do so, 
or If he fall to complete the work can- 
tracted for. The cheques or certitlcates 
of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers 
t»iir be returned to them upon ; the c* 
ctiikin of the contract. 

Tenders will not be considered unless 
made out on the forma supplied, signed 
with the actual signature of the ten- 
derer, and enclosed In the envelopes 
furnished.. 

■ The lowest or any.tendcr not neces- 
sarily accepted.. 

i F. C. GAMBLE, 
Public Wof-ks Engineer. 

Public Works Department. 

Victoria B. C„ 2nd August. 1910. 



IAEirNTrVOtTTTTroXTliPPlX ROOM Hi:>l'«E. 
two lota. $400 ceah. t>«l«nee |50'montli-.- __ _ 

Ol'Ol^AS - STREET \\V'^n.\\A^V/.~T\X \ iil^^iWfWX WvS^VlPi 

. rooma, three-quart.-. « u. r.-. J:,S00: eaah : \-» V 1 V I S J,Ui J I , iHt/Vt lO 



JL11lO-_J>n lance 6,' 18 niontlm fli 7 per c*snt. 



EOHlARD STREET. \ HTOMIA WEST. 1 
two atorey h-uuae. n.i.ioo, eaah |»00, hal- I 
anew to ault. ■ 



Ei^TATE. .NEAR CAR I. INF 



FAIRFIELD 1 
^Ollve atr 
STOO each; raah »100 ot 51e month 



A BLOCK OF ElOHT I.OTS NEAR DAL- 
laa road; on .MoaVi iitr«'<"t. each' lot la 
54XtaS. Price I4i.400; av.raKe ^',50 eaeh. 



Situated in Famous 

Crow's Nest Coal 

Fields 



THE CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

COMI'.VNV. 

Real Eel ate I-lnanclal and In«ur«n<?e Agenla 

Phope '-'163 ' «J« VetM airect. 



\\'E HAVE : 
.»' Iota thta 



of the said .debentures all expenses con- 
nected -with the preparation and engrav- 
ing or lithographing df the debentures 
and coupons, or any discount or com- 
mls.tlon or other charge."! .incidental to 
the sale of- the said debentures. 

I. If deemed advisable by the Mayor 
there shall, in the said debentures. hP 
reserved to the Corporation the right 
upon any future consolidation of the de- 
. Iwntures Indebtedness of the city 'to 
substitute debentures of '»uc.h consoli- 
dation secured upon the cretilt of the 
city generally, i^uch consolidation de- 
bentures shall contain the. like"" cove- 
nants, conditions and restrictions as are 
.contained In the debenture issued in 
pursuance of this 'bylaw, arid In each 
debenture Issued hereunder a claujte 
conditioned for such substitution may 
be Inserted. • 

For the purpose of raising annually 
the required sum for the payment . of 
the Interest on the said dejienture.s dur- 
ing their currency, there >hall he raised 
s^nnually the sum of $800. and for the 
purpose of creating the sinking fund 
aforesaid for the paj'inent off of the 
depi at maturity there shall be raised 
annually the sum of $480.20 and both 
said sums .^hall be raised an- 
nually by a rate sufficient therefor 
on all ratable lat'id and Improvements 
or real property in the City of Victoria 
during the continuance of the said de- 
.hpnttire«(. or any of theirn 

">. This bylaw shall before the, final 
passing thereof receive .the assent of 
the electors of the said tTorporatlon In 
the manner proxided for In the -Munici- 
pal Clauses Act, and shall ^take effect 
on the a&y afVbi t\i« final passing 
thereof. ' ■ 

10. Thlis bylaw niay be cited as the 
Public Convenience Loan Bylaw. 1!>10. 

Passed the Mi^nlclpal Council on the 
loth day of July. I9lij, - " 

,TAKK -VOTICK that the above Is a 
(rue copy of the proposed bylaw, "upon 
which the vote of the Municipality will 
be' taken at the building known as Nimi- 
hers 1417 and 14I» (Mr, .Meston'.s build- 
ing) Broad street., on Monday, the '.'flth 
day of August, 1910. that the' polls will 
iie kept open between the hours of n 
ocirtok a. ni. and 7 o'clock- p. m.. and 
that Mr. W. W. Nrtrthcott has l»«en ap- 
Ptiinted the Keturiiing Officer of the 
aaid vbte. 

E. W. i^RADLRy. 

Acting C M. ('. 

city ClerJc'g Office; Victoria. B. C. 
August mh,' I*!*, - ' " 



•oi.li ;.i PiiHT .VN'iU-M.KS 
H..l! and tfiixv a iiiirnl" r 
of Kond anapR left. Wi- toiv.' .fr.ini koo.I 
j authority thn' thi- railrrtacl «lll etiiii 
i Evreit verv (ih..riM onil . uti/n It 
! look out. ''all lri--nnd Bee WIntilpeg 
' Pre an Tf fjlblion" dollar 
.lietnK • Teelfd th'-r.- nlao 

mllla/la."d »' veral fact 



Headquarters of the Gigantic 

Collieries of the International 

Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 



NOTICE 

In the Estate of Thomas H. Towers, 
late of Victoria. Biltleh Columbia. 
' Deceased, Intestate. 

All pei-sohs having claims against the 
deceased are re<iuested to send parttc- 
ulars thereof,- duly verified to ' the un- 
dersigned on or before the 1st day of 
September., 1910, after ' ■which dale the 
admlnlstraii'ix will" proceed to dlsirlbutfl. 
the assets of the deceased among the 
persons entitled thereto having regard 
only to the claims of which she then 
has notice. 

Dated this 2?th day of July. 1910. 
OLIVE M. TOWERS, 
651 Bellon.'Ave., Victoria West. 

Victoria. B. C. 
Administratrix. 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



ri.iin I 
7T7>e* I 



l.lietnK • 
t papir 



wall 1 H.i 
»o '}arH' 



B'.i'l 



Fi .■ ■ 

p I n n"^ 

.i:vl 



HEWLINGS & CO. ' 

lie* Broad l»tr«<L Fbooe !'>«. 

«&«>■ Ann~*^°"^''^R ■^o''"- ^^^ B'^'f D's- 

t^.^,\J\J\J trict, 120x100 fe#t. ( »6iio eaah) 



il,500 



FOR TWO COR.VEK 

car line. 



LOTS ON 



tf^O fU\f\ FOR HOL-&E. A.ND 1^ ACRE«, 
^>,VAJl/ Victoria Arm (Pprtage Inlet); 
(food vlev(-; good well of water. 

f^ORDO.V HEAD ROAD — Zt ACRES, $:0( 
per acre. 



Gor: 
pe 



JifO.STREAL STREET. HOUSE AND LOT 

SsXL »;..soo.' 

ffij. ?:nn»-s-VANicH Dis-riut-T. for at 

51Irx»«JV/l/ acrea with aHlnll . hiiua*. partly 
1 ultlvatetl. ■ 



^ /^O-^*-"-'*'^''*- ?*'R<^'AT Lake. 40 uHAiNs 

J-"" watertrbnj, |T0 p.er acre •' 

C^ITV PROPERTT: OpOD iNVEST.MKNTS, 
J on Oouglaa, Jotinaoh and Yatea atreet. 



The iduhlclpal Council of the Corpor- 
ation of the City of Clctorla having de- 
t*rmlne.d that it la desirable: 

1: To grade, draln_and pa\e with 
aaphalt (.Jovernment street,, from Belle- 
ville' street to .Michigan street, and to 
con.siruct boulevards Udcluding main- 
tenance) curbs and gutters. - on l>()tt-, 
sides of ."said .street between .Superior 
street and Michigan street, including 
the reconstruction of gutters on both 
sides .of .said street, between Beiievltle 
-Htreet and ^S.uperlo^- street and the cost 
of lateral connections to sewers, surface 
drainw and water mains, and moving 
pole? if necesxary. 

'2; To grade, drain and macndamlVie 
w'ttli bitumen Oovcrninent street be- 
tween 'Niagara street and Dallas road 
and to construct gtttters on both 8ld«8 
of snld' street. Ineludlng the cost, of sur- 
face, drains and. sewer coiinocttoiiB and 
water main, and moving of pole«. . If 
ilecessary: 

3. To widen sidewalks an>1 to con- 
struct curbs and gutters on l>oth sides 
of Yates street between Douglas street 
and Blanchard avenue; 

.4: To construct curbs and gutters on 
both side? of Quadra street front 
Blanchaid avt'nue lo Pandora avenue. 

o: To- pave with a'^phalt Vancouver 
sireet from Partdorx - avenue to the 
sotith IJn;e of Burdefte avenUe {road- 
way i'i ' feet wide) including cost of 
sewer, surface .drains and wftter later- 
als: ■• - ' . . 
,«; To pave with bltijmoiia macadam 
Vancouver .streot from the south side 
of Burdette Avenue, to Humboldt street 
(roadway 32 feet wide)- inel tiding cost 
of sewer, (tiurf ace drain and water later- 
als: ' 

7:' To irrade, drain and pave with 

Asphalt Kort street from tatea street 

to SL Charles street. Inciu.ilng cost of *fi.1 ♦>|jn— ONLY, FOR TWO COOD LOTS 
gutters on both sides of said street, a l-.i '•''-*- ^"^' "'»» Montreal atreet. 
*o air nec.e.s.sary connect Ions to' sewer.i ST^f^Tk 
surf,ace drains and water maln.s. I lipZuiUU 

8. , To pave RoBkiand avenue 'witli • 

asphalt, between Vancoiu-c'r street and 



E.HENDERSOf\l&CO 

6rlTF*ler Block, Room Unr, Til Vates Street 

1 {\{\ -*'^''"-*^ '^J*'' '500U LvCS'D I.N CHOICE 
•* "" jiart of Manitoba, near church and 
school; on" mile from town; price |20 BL-re. 
Will ixr^anKn for- city property. ' 



D. Mcintosh 



Real Kalaie and Mnauelni .\Kent. 

Malioo Uldg., (juterhmeiit c>ir«et. \ ictorin 

U. C. 'ielcptione 174». 



]Me?srs^*^"STt^art William.? i^ 
Co..' of Victoria, having been duly 
m.structedby-- tlie International 
Coal arid Cx>keXo... Ltd., will sell 
by ..Public Auction at Victoria, 
B. C, on. Monday and Tuesday, 
the .igth and I'oth September, 
1910, the remainder of the com- 



ALL 
J^hn atreet 
»»,B00; lerma 



MODERN S-ROOM .MOUSE |OM ,.„„..• V> pi.\ irot^to VI^IL'.,™,, L, 
lot CT feet fro... age; only P^n) S Kc41 i'.StatC HoidingS HI 



SEMI M 
Third 



ODKHX 
atr' 



rtooM 

n.SiiO; 



MOUS.E 
lerma:- ' 



O.V 



rnwo I f.T<- 1 

TWU l.ll 1 .-- 
(1(0 each 



..liitH. J'- 



To 



.jthe (.'I'y of Coleman, Alberta, 

coniprisiilg; some Three Hundred 

eligible. Hu.sincss and Re.'sidcntial 

.^itf.s. located in Ihi^ thriving in- 

.ilustria.1 centre. 



NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION^ 



rcr further and- full particulars, 

etc., 



ON 



HOL'.SE and TWO LOTS 
atreet; fruit Ireea and all modern cqn- 
venlencea; will aell at -a r.cituc-,d 
taken on at once. Prlee J2,"oO. 



QUADRA 
!rn c 
price 



T^-'OUR 1X)TS IN NEW DIVISION, CLOSE 
.1- In and near high achool; at MBO each. 



Real 



LEE AIMDTRASER 

Ettate and Inaurnnee Agenta. Treonre 
Avenue. • 

ffi^Knn— WILL PLRCHASE A SIX 
tlP'*tJ\JV7 roomed, modern houae 9n Clar* 



enre atreet. 



"doirf 



Municipal Ndtiee 



lerground 

' er I>ii.Ttl 



Telephoria 

( ". MR r;< niee 



'■iy»LA#,' 



n.\ L.-iv. 



Mobs street (road war -lO fwt widp) and 
to construct curbs, gutters and boule- 
vards on each .side, of Rocklnnd avenue 
hetwei»n Vancouver and Cook street."* Iri- 
cludlng cost of «evver and surfa.ce iltalh 
laterals. 1' 

D: To pave with asphalt Wlchardson 
fit! eet Xroadwny 26 feet wide between' 
curbs) and to leoijstruct botjlevhrds on 
both sides of said street IncliiriiMg c(i»st 
of sewer and surface drain laterals. 

■hO; "To widen, grade . and rock sur- 
face Foul Bay, roarf trnfn " TOWtel.! 
load to' where FouJ Bay Rond crosses 
Section 6S and that the said workVhall 
bo c'arried' oiit- Ih flcfeordanco with the 
provisions of the Locul Impiovement 
(leneral Bylaw and amendments tiiercto 
and Ihe t'lty Engineer and City Assfts- 
.«or having reported to tfie council in ac* 
cord.-.iice Willi Mie provisions of section 
TofHnhl bylaw, upon eadi and every, of 
said works of local itnpiovemeiht gl\'- 
Ing ."tatei-nent.M .showing the amounts 

j <',«lliniite<| t.. he chargabTc In each case; 

, ;ii;!iiTr--t |!i,. VHrloU's' portions of ii/il 

' be benefited -Ijy tiic 
the reports of the CKV 
Kitieij ;tiid City Asse.xsoi- "tlN"' 
fJiHvliig been adopted hv the <•(■ 



S4000 



KOR A FIVE ROO.MEb 

lago. cloao In, on Collineon St. 

ON 



-WILL BUY TWO LOTS 
Kingston'atreeti a good. buy. 



$P;«7P;n "Nl'V—KOR A SEVEN ROOM- 
U^U\J ed bungalow oir*4reh«lee atreet. 



,.^lo(l^•rn 111 every reaped. 



$1500- 



FOR A LOT WELL SITU AT BD- 
en Hfrblngiar avenue. 



C. ARTHUR REA 

Real Betate. Inaurancc. .Money to Loan, Bto. 
. Phone 1(21. tiaw Chambera Baallon St. . 



TAKE NOT'lCE that Ihe partnersb.lp r plan-!=r, maps , photOCfraphs 

heretofore atilslMIng between .S. L. Wil- „ ', o r- 

son and J. Kennedv at Victoria. Ii,; c, apply to .The Auctioneer, 

under the style of. "The Victoria iJar- ' . • . 

Cite" was dlM»'o;\e.r on the 20tli .da'v of' — ■ . -v 

July. IDIO, and ihat the suld_lm{!i/ie»8 1 »-2J- . 

will In, the futu re be c arrU?d on hy S. ' _ . 

L Wilson to- \\lioin nil" outstanding .ac- 
counts are pn.Nahle "and who will be r- 
Mponslble for ,all 'llabllUles In cOnn- 
lion with, the nnld huslne^ 

SYDNKV L. WILISO.N, 

.1. KK.N'.VEDY; 



to be conHtructed by him in Victoria 
Harbor Immodiately fronting Lot 562A 
Hlock^4T — Victoria, B. C , uiid— has de- 
posited lite said plans an.l descrlptlon.s 
Of site with ihc MInlBter of i^ubhc 
Works at Oiiuwa and a d.ipllcalR there- 
of with tlifc Kcgi.strar General of TiUca 
In the Land Registry on'ice, Victoria, 
C»= and lliat the jnatter^j^f the said 
application will bo proceided with nt 
the expiration of one moi»th from" tlio 
time of the Hr.st publication of this no- 
tice In the "Canada Gazette." 

Dated Ihi.s 2i)th dav of July, 1010. 
W. II. LANGLEY, 
111: Government Street. 

Vloti'ria, B. C. 
. Solicitor fotj Ap'pil ca n t. 

"WATEB ACT, 1909." 



TAKfi NOTICE that L Frederick N. 
Norton, of .the city of Vancouver., B. C., 
lumhernmn', interjd t o anpi v to the Lieu- 
tenant-Governor in Council on Ta'esday, 
the 11th day of October. A, I). laiO.' at 
the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, 
or so soon thereafter aa the application 
can be he^rd. for a tlnal license under 
I'arts XI, and XII. of the "Water Act. 
IDuy," to clear and remove obstatle? 
from Salmon river and Orford bay, an 
arm of But^ Inlet, British Columbl;i, 
for the purpose of making the- same fit 
for rafting -nnd 'driving logs and pen- 
ning baekh- a nd st oring water, and! for 
erecting boomlng-grounds in aald Or- 
ford bay, approximate maps, plans and 
particulars of which undertaking ate 
filed In the ofhces of the Chief Com- 
missioner of Land.-j and Water Conimlsi- 
eloner.at Victoria. 
.Dated this 2;)th day of July A. D. 



1910. 



i;i;i>i-:uiy.K x. xortqn. 



NOTICE. 



TBNI»BRS for the coii«tru«tIon of a 
brick building, and for the.- plurnbliig 
and electric, wiring therefor for Messrs. 
K. Moore arid H..J. i'Scott' on Douglas 
street, Victoria, are Invlteil up' to noo^n 
of Monday,, August 2!itb,- 1 » lo.- 
.The lowest ' or any . tender, not neces- 
.•tarily acce.pied. 

Plans and speclfl.,.-it|iiiis n,:iy i,,- i«o e n 
at the office of 

■ H. 8. GRIFFlTil. Aichltect. 
, 1006 Government }^t. 



ESTATE 



NOTICE ' 



B« Capt. 



Edward Barkley, 
ceased. 



B.. N., De- 



Forme cly 
Victoria 
TAKK 

will .if.th 
-WBHTon 111 



or AOAM (OTHERWISE 
Z.OITZS) YOUirO, 

if the Nfw, lOnglHTTd' Hotel, 
1! c 
NiiTIci; 

I *^ ! ;'i 1 e 
-Mth 



il.Ht Probate of t*»« 
■\dntn or Lonls Y"oun« 
.lay of Augu.st I D.l o 
grant. 'd by ih.'- .Supi;eme Court of Brit- 
ish Columbia out of the Victoria Regis- 
try ;.. the |.':xe,ctitors, H. Wille. L. 1'.. 
Y.j'iiii.; mill II, It. Young. 

■\\i person.s hining claims against tho 
siilil psinic urn hereby i>eciiilred- to send 
ftiU particulars thereof' duly verified. In 
ll,i< iindersliined on or I»efore thclsl da>- 
i.f ()<t,olier, I'lUX ' , ■- 

After lliMi .!,.'.• the ■ \e- ii'i'i.s will 



All parsons having claims against the P'"f''<''l with the admltiislratlon and d|.-i- 
eatale of Captain Edward Barkley, > R. Irlhiitlon of the K.state, having regard 
N.. deceased, late of We's.tbpime. B. C, only to clahps.of which ili.>- .-^IimU Iimm*- 
arp^^required to send particulars, duly 1 fecelved ^lue notice. 
verified tbereof to JVIessr.s. Crease & j 
Crease. 521 Fort street. Victoria, B. C, i 
qn or before tlie 31»t <lay of Auku.-.i, j 
■W±«r j 

Dated the 30th day of .Lily, a. o r.'io 



r'a(.,l ih- 

TeMllil. 1 

. C . .-^.ijii I 



:'.'.th August, litin. ,. , 

ci:i:a.-*f & CHKASE. ■ 

i.;. I' o. 'Box, 625, Victoria 
" s 1 .11 ibe executors. 



Stewart Williams 

03 7 Fort Street, Victoria, B. C. 



NOTICE 



NIchoIla. 
I.'. !< A , 



lull , of 
di eea»<'d 



Batale of John K 
Minneapolis, Mt'nii 



All persona liH\lim- • lalma again4it ib" 1 
ralat'e or the abov.; r.'.»ni'.d John ii Nkholij 
are required to S'nd, jlftrtliulaia thereof, 1 
duly vertfled; to tht underalgned on or tii - I 
fore tile loih 'day "f Augiiat, t-oiii. after ^ 
which dale the uimeralgned ^attorney fi.i 
Ihe ' pxerulora of the will of aald deceaaed I 
will proc e'-d lo disirlbule .the naapta of the ' 
aald deeen«»-tl «mo<iiK tbc persona entitled I 
thereto, having riirnrd pnly to the clulma i 
of which they ihrn ha.ve notice. '\ 

Dated thi'a Sth day of Augual, 1910. i 

THE BRITISH ' COLUMBIA TRUST 
eOKPORATlO.V. 

123i' (Jovernmnnt St.. Victoria. B. C. 
Allorneya 'In fact for ExecutKr? 



Maynard & Son 



(Signed) 

GCOFFRKY BAR-NAIil >KSTt)X. 

, Kxeiulor. 



-NOTICE 



Se. 




AUCTIONEERS. 



SiAXD •B.Tsaa'smt act. 

"In tho malte^r of an -applIca t l t iT i ' f o r a 
duplicate cerllhcate of title- to Lot I'l 
of Sublot 6!i. Fei-nwwjd Kstate (Map 
.262), .Victoria City. 
NOTICK Is hereby given that It lis my. 
Intention at the expiration of one 
montK from the date of the llrst publi- 
cation hereof to Issue a dupllcato cartl- 
flcate of tilie to said land issued to' 
.lohn David, Landors on the ..list day of 
October." 1908. and numbered 18064 C'. 

Land Registry Office, Victoria, B. C« 
July 23, 1910, . 

J. P, Mc1l.,EOD.. 
. Deputy RoKlsu-ar General. 



F^^in^^r,dT'ra^r^'.r•Ma^!t';I;^; Bavfev Robber WorJis 

city property. .Several Vic irtria hortJea ■ for I *^^*J ^^ j ^ >>■ ■^'' ^ U ^ ^ ?TOSSiJ^ 
tale at reasonable prtcea and terouk 736 VIEW I 



A; WfLLfAMS, & CO., LTD. 

:Ott Valea .-ilreet. " Thone i;(8«. 

ACRES FACINO 0}» JStJKJ?* , ROAQ 



80 



aeven 
^00. 



toll. 



I,;i 



•"I 



. >M I < IT- 



• rom t'liy. Very chear' 
'•'■■■ ' "T, HiOHl anV. 



730 VIEW 

iRfill GRADE VULCANIZING 

Ai(lomobHe tire i't'pirn~M 7vr all doscrlp- 
tJona. Agents for the celebrated Morion 
* WrtitlU- Nobby ii-eiid tires, 
Pbotta 3440. 



Instriiotfld, we will sell at our sales- 
room. 1314 Broad street 

TODAY, 2 p. m. 

Furniture and Effects 

Ifteluding: liedrooms,^ parlor, dining 
ri om. kitcjieh nnrV other furniture, 
whh-h <r(nn.-^ In tcro Into tor specif 1- 

latlnn. * ' ,. 

Also on account of. "VVhom <lt May 
C'ont^wrn," ■ ' 

4 TON^ OF STEEL BAR. 

Consisting of. 18.5 bars selected guar- 
nnt<'t'd Bessemer Round .Steel, Asst, 
slaps; 2i) bars' wtlrrd. (Oiifeh crucible 
caststecj fQr__chi8flB. 9 baw tough 
Ottststecl for wedgr«»!S. 129 bars RiJHran- 
teed spring' steel, 20 spt^cial quality 
ini(?ible custsteel for lathe tooI«, chis- 
els and drills, 2 doz. warrcl. host no\U\ 
caststeel engineers' han<3 hammers. B 
dozen, assorted \flUja, ett', 

MAYNARD & SON," Auctioneers, 



CAlTCEX.Z.ATlOIir or SESEBVE. 

NOTICE Is hereby given that the re- 
jjfirve existirig upon tlie lands embrjced 
in Bpeolal Timber Llcemes Nps. 2id<i2, 
289«3 and 2S96i. situated in Goldsiream 
District, ' Is cancelled.— an4 that the said 
la.-ids will bo open for location uhder 
th^.p'rovlslons of the {-.and Act at mid- 
night on October H, 1910. 

ROBliUT A. RKNWICK. 
Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 
Ltands Dept', Vlctyrla, July 11, ii'Ui. '^ 



Its Oapt. Edward Barkler. a. IT., 
ceasad. 

'. lersmTrbavihg claims against the 
estate of t'aptain Edward Baekley, R. 
N ..deceased, late of Wo*thohne, ' B. C., 
are re<iiilred to send ,pari!cular.s, duly' 
verified thereof lo Mesisrs. Crease & 
Crease, 521 Fort street. ^'lctorIa. B. C.. 
on or before the 31st dav of August, 
lillo. ■ " . 

Dated the 30ih day of July, A. D. 1910 

(.Signed) 

GEOFFFwEY BARNARDtSTOX. 

Kxectitor. 



FBEB 



BOWDEU 




OAKCS^JbATIonr or »E«kl!&VJS. 

NOTICE 's hereby gl\en that, the le- 
serya existing in crown lands in the 
vicinity of Bablne Lake, sltuatb. In 
Range 5, Cost District, notice of which 
was' published in the British Columbia 
Ua^clte, xlaied December' I7tli, IUO.S, is 
cancelled In so far.. as said rcserv* re- 
lates to lois numbered 1519, )5l!l, in; 
luie. 1615., ISIU, l,Ml'.. 1606, .liiOtiA. 16US 
160.1, ^602, 1612, 1511, 1506. 1501, 1613, 

1528, 162!i, 
1337, lis;), 
lol;!. 1516, 
,l66u, I62i», 
1626 and 

ROBERT A. REN WICK. , 
Deputy CommiBsionor of Ijanda. 
. Land:i Department. Victoria, B. C. 
■Tune lU th. 1910. 



1614, 


1509, 


1508. 


15-30, 


1527, 


15:!1, 


1622, 


laas. 


1531. 


1 5.35, 


1!>36, 


i&as. 


1640, 


1541, 


1544. 


lbi6. 


164^, 


1647, 


164l». 


1549, 


mi. 


1622. 


1023, 


1.624, 


loli. 


i5&L 











MERCHANDISE OP Atl. KINDS 
STOBED AND DtSTBIBTTTEC 

Duncan'sWarehouse 

Negotiable TTtTarehottsa Kecelpts is* 
sued. Furniture and Kouseholtl Ooofls 
eafeifuU? handled. Stone BaUdlag and 
Jiovf Xnauranca. 



Plio&a 166'B. 



535 Tates St. 




& SON 



HrilJSES BUILT 



!C |i|HlJII | i|l.U— IJ»K.. i 



\i Ki;;-,. v\-ri-i[ , OOOD . • . - 
!iiil.' .Hid .ihlrken hOuae. 

'""11 ' l"'- <■-... ..I loada, good '.-.j.; 



565 



A c ri' '.N l-,i';i;.s 
AND 828 YATES STREET 



elet 1 ' 

of \ . 

iij'la.u S___ I Of i;iiNllig 

i-redJt of the tnunlcii 
; .. a I teiid ai the ....i 1 
:■.'.., 1 UV JiJid n . . 



To Rent 



$1. 



.III! 



nUIRTKlSN ACRE,- 

' B)l il'.ari'l. nl' 
. .Uiiiss. gfod urcl; I 



nt ]«,S00. 



:(ils gt utiit.-t; g'l'.jiiii. D;ivlca \-, Soils, 
.Vuctlonecrs, H6 anci 328 Yatca street. 



On the 
instrJiment Plan 

D. H. BALE 

OONTaAOTOM AND BUrJ:.£>Ila 

rhone !U0. 

Cor. Fort »iii1 Hfad(;eona 



TENDERS WANTED 



In the Supreme Court of i.i.;i.,i Colum- 
bia. In the Mfl'fler of the Kstate of 
Blanejie (ir'anclnl. Deceased. 

■ Tenders will be received hy th. 

signed' until noon of the 31st . 

Atigust, 1910. for trit! purch. 

following described proper) > 

II of.j>art of-AiafcUan "4. -ni.i), _,... \ ,,:- 

loria City, ' 
The lil'jsliest, or *ny teiiil.T ii..t r.e. es- 

sarily actieplad, ^ 

.. ■ : r.f^- ,1,1: 



SlUELHfiefilSy^&GQ. 

Gtawatt, B. C, and Prince 
Ruport,7 B. C. 

Fiscal A<:re"1s ff>r— the 

Main Reef Mining Co. 



h.il 
;i n ( 1 



i --; t'lrji- 
of the 
Devol- 



iiiMneiU Co. 



Administering ti 
Gr anci ni; Deceaiic; 
Doled this I7th do- 



.r 



ill! 
1 1 rn t or. 

T'.lnnche 



Livery Stables 



MILT. 



WOOD AND STOVE 'WOOD 
rOB SAIiB 



Btroofe 



R. DAVERNE, 1615 Douglas St 

OppoBita City Hall. 
R. DAVBBJra. TeL 97, 



NOTICE 

Caiiiprrs and Picniccrs .irc 
not permitted to land on 
Section 96, F,5;i:iuim''.alt Di.s- 



trict, othi 
Rosebank. 

June i V 



known 



19 10. 




i 



i 

i 



/ 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIS r 



Friday, August 26, 1910 



T 



New Fall Goods Are Arriv- 
jnfif I>aily in the Costume, 
Millinery and Silk Sections. 
Look Through These Depts. 



DAVID SPENCER, LIMITED. 



There Remain Only Four 
More Days of the Aug. Fur- 
niture Sale, so Watch Our Ad. 
Closely, Also Our Windows 



Many Interesting Bargains for Today 



Many Bargains in Furniture are to be had at this store today. Only four more days remain in which 

^u'll be able to get furniture for every purpose at such low prices 





Car pet Dept. News 

Brussels Carpet Squares, 
Size 3x3, Today, $10.00 

Brussels Carpet Squares, splendid 

weave. These come in two-toned 

effects, in brown, stybsh designs, 

and are Siuitable for every room in 
the hou_se. Size 3x3. .Special to- 
day -*. . .?10,00 

Wikon Rugs, Size 3x3, for 
$18.75 

Wilton Pile Rugs, -efiarming designs 
and colorings, in Oriental style, 
green and chintz colors . Splendid 
rag for small dining-room or sit- 
ting-room. See Broad street window. 
Size 3x3.. Special Today $18.75 








Childre n's Cribs, 
Today, $8,10 

Children's Cribs, white enamelled, 
briuss rail and spindles at head 
and foot, movable sides, with 
fjpring attached. This is a 
great bargain at the pHce. Spe- 
cial Today ."'$8.00 

Top Mattresses for same $2.25 



Morris Chairs Spe- 
cial, To da y, $5.75 

Morris Chairs in solid oak* golden 
finish, upholstered in first qual- 
ity leatherette, spring seat and 
back, very roomy and comfort-., 
able. Sce^^TDTid street -win- 
dows. Special today ...$5.75 

Solid OaK Reciters, 
Today, $3.75 

Rpcke'rs in solid golden o^k and 
birch-mahogany, spindle sifjcs 
and back, cobbler seat and em- 
^ bolssed head-rest, very strot 
built. Give every comfoirt when 
in use. , See Broad street' win- 
dows. Special today. . .$3.75 




Toda y Will Be a n Important 

Day in the Gents' and Boys' 



Furnishing Department 



-A special line of Men's Medium and Lightweight 

Natural ,Merino Shirts and Drawers. Just the 

/" thing for cool Fall evenings. Generally sdld at 

7SC per garment. Today Special .750^ 

About twenty-five. do2en,Men-s-Eine Natural Bal- 
briggan vShirts and Drawers, the last a£_±he sea- 
son, must be cleared out. Regular value 50c.. 

• Today specijll' . . . ... ........... .... »..35^ 

Boys^Ctjat Sweaters, in all sizes^ — T h c B g . *' " 

wearing goods for school useT 75c and,. . .$1.00 

A special line of Boys' Fancy Mesh Shins. and 

Drawers- in pink shade. Shirts short sleeves,. 

drawers knee length. Regular 35c and ' 5dc. 

Today, all sizes 26 to 32 35^^ 

Bo^s'" Heavyweight Blue and Red Sweaters for school wear, all 

Ol^vJO •••*««^a««ia« •■••\«a»*>«-«> ••••••■■^.(a. •.#•..«,,,,.',. i53vf C/ 

Better lines in blue fliU'-wool Sweaters, English makes, 75c to $1.25 
Boys' Shirts and Shirt Waists, in great variety, ranging from 50c 

U' - .'. . . .90^ 

"Soys' Leather Belts, in brown, black, .tan and green. Special for 

Today ■. , , . , '.,,...., . . .' 25^ 



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Bargains from the vStapIe Department 

' — 9 — " 

6 pieces 8-4 Bleached Sheeting, good weight. Today 35^ 

20 pieces Border Roller Towelling. . Today ... .7. ...... ;' ..;..... 10<^ 

6 pieces Blue and Red Glass Cloth. Today ......,.., '...." 10^ 

1-2 pieces 36-inch Fldnnelette. Today . .' . . .' . v , , . . : . . ip^ 

12 dozen Brown Cotton Turkish Towels. ■ Todty. each 5<* 

24 dozen Brown Cotton Turkish Towels. Today, ,2 for .25^. 

15 dozen White Turkish Towels. Today, 2 for .25<' 

SO dozen White Damask Towels, sideboard cloth. Today, each' 777777.'. .. . . .25< 

25 4,ozen Hand Crochet Doylies, in three si»&s. — TTiidav.^arGlT~. rr77-r-:7 25<^ 

-irai^ 4 5" dozen 5wiss Appliqu? Pillow Shams. Tpday. each .... . ....'. . " 50< 

20 dozen Ready-made Pillow SJips. Today, per dozen . . ; ^.\. $2.25 

100 pieces Wrapperette, in. good patterns and colors. Today, jht. \ aid .15^ 



Today, jht. van 

Three Specials from Dress Goods Section 



Chiffonieres 
Special, Today, 
^ at $12.50 




10 pieces 42-Jnch Black and White Shepherd Check, in three s^tx^. 

Special Today, per yard '......,.. .35^ 

100 yards 31-inch Heavy Estamenc Serge— just the thing far bovs' 

suits and knickers. Today ...:.'. '. .50^ 

All Wool Delaines, in good patterns— will make up swell" waists. 

Fast colors. Today , .'; 50^ 



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in Clothing for Fall Wear 



ChLffpniere in suf?aced quarter cut oak, 
golden finish. Has five full length 
drawers' best British-bevelled mir- 
ror, supported on strongly built . 
sta.ndard.<^. .\ v^ry pleasing style, 
and are a big biff gain. Special to- ■ 
day .... .$12.50 

A Few Special 10c Bargains from the 

Hardware Section 

Tea Canisters '. 10^ 

Dish Mops ., .10<^ 

Tin Soup Ladles ; .... lOo 

Pony Washboards . 10^ 

Wire Teapot Stands , ......10c 

Apple Corers H)c 

Cake Turnprs lOc 

Oil Cans 10c 

Tin Scoops . • •• • r • • • lOc 

Tin Mugs . . . .^" .....*. lOc^ 

Measuring Cups . , lOc 

Soup Strainers .lOr 

Egg Spoons ; . , . . . / . '.....,..: lOc 

Tin Spoons ,••,■•• ■> • lOc 

Wood Potato^^ashers ... - . ..................... lO^* 

Ice Picks ,..^. . ....... 10<^ 

Hammock Hooks ............7.-... 10^ 

Picture Hooks, dozen , . 10^ 

...........;.... .:..„. ........tor" 



Nickel Stove Lid Lifters 

Extra Special Value in 
. -S ilR a t'SOc 

Today we wiirsell odd lines in different 
rahkcs. These are lines which we are giv- 
ing up and in order for (juick selling we 
Jiave made the price for Today .... ..50<* 

Values up xa $1.50, comprising taffeta, fou- 
lards^^hots. shepherd checks and 3f>-inch - 

natural pongee, . Today ; ., . . 50^ 

The quantity is not great in sorpe pieces, 

so to have the best pick be here right on 

time this .morning. - 



Every day, new goods for Fall wear are being opened up. Men's and BoysVClothing in great variety to choose from is 
to be had here. In selecting clothing for boys' wear, you are doing so from the largest and most varied stock in B. C. 

'■.,■■ Now for Boys' Clothing 

With the .opetiing of school the Boy will have to be outfitted. You, wiH find that this store of- 
— fers you a far wider range tlian any other, .for the simple reason tliat we are the largest estab-, 

lishment in the West 4nd purchase iii larger quantities, which also offers you the additional jtd- 

vantagc of lower prices. A specially fine .showing is to be seen here in Two-piece -Norfolk, 

with trousers of plain and. bloomer styles, also Double-breasted Two-piece Suits, with bloomer 

pants. Priced from $2.50 up to .V. ....,.....:. 1. .v.. .. . .:.......... .......... .$12.50, 

Our Boys^ Three-piece Suits Are Alw ays a Favorite 

Suit for Winter wear. They are built-— not made— to stand tlie rough- 
^ and-tunible usage expected of ihem. Any mother who sees hef boy 

dressed in one of these will.be proiul nnd glnd ^iic purchased it. They are 

in fancy worst«dSpan.d tweeds, in t line "bnt ■ > m. effect, finished witli plain 
. and fancy cuffs. Priced at ffom $3.75' to .,^12.50 




Boys' Overcoats All Styles and Prices 



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New Fall Su its for Men at $10.0 

t o $25,00 

The Men's Clothing being shown at these prices- 
will at once appeal to the particular dresser, from 
the everyday business suit to those of high-grade 
manufacture for particular days. This year the 
qualities ar-e better, the styles more attractive 

, and the values greater^ A splendid line of Worst- , 
ed and 'tweed suits, in sing-le and double-breasted 
styles in all the h^w shades is noM^ open for your 
inspectfon. Priced at from $io.oq to . . .$25.00 

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Men's Overcoats, $7.50 m $25.00 

Otercoat. time is ; ^r-awin^ «««»*• A splendidlti • k 
hft»^|ust bieen placed on the tables. They consist 

Mi" iiill length and thre'r-qjiirtcr Chesterfield'?. 

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hlnes and blnrk Bcavei 

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